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Broncos Wire Oct 15, 2017
Broncos vs. Giants inactives: De'Angelo Henderson won't play

Broncos vs. Giants inactives: De'Angelo Henderson won't play

The Denver Broncos have released their list of inactive players for the Sunday night contest against the New York Football Giants. Here are the players who will not be suiting up for Denver: Paxton Lynch, QB: The Broncos are in no hurry to have their first-round draft pick suit up again. Barring injury, Lynch’s absence will not be of any significance for quite awhile. Cody Latimer, WR: Latimer has been battling an injury the last couple weeks, and is not healthy enough to suit up for the Sunday night game. His absence will be most notable when Denver’s punting unit is on the field. Cody...
Denver Post Oct 15, 2017
Donald Stephenson, Cody Latimer among Broncos’ inactives vs. Giants

Donald Stephenson, Cody Latimer among Broncos’ inactives vs. Giants

Receiver Cody Latimer (knee) and quarterback Paxton Lynch (shoulder) were both ruled out Friday and are among the Broncos' seven inactives against the New York Giants. Joining them on the list are running back De'Angelo Henderson, offensive tackle Donald Stephenson, cornerback Lorenzo Doss, defensive end Zach Kerr and nose tackle Kyle Peko.
Broncos Wire Oct 14, 2017
Vance Joseph won't rule out surgery for Broncos QB Paxton Lynch

Vance Joseph won't rule out surgery for Broncos QB Paxton Lynch

Broncos second-year quarterback Paxton Lynch began throwing this week but there’s no guarantee he’ll dress for any games this season. Denver coach Vance Joseph was asked after practice Thursday if Lynch will need surgery on his injured right shoulder. His response: “I can’t say. I’m a football coach. I can’t say.” Surgery would likely end Lynch’s season, perhaps forcing him to the injured reserve list. If he doesn’t need surgery, Lynch may be healthy enough to play later this year. “Paxton doesn’t have a timeline right now,” Joseph said Thursday. “I think he threw...
Denver Post Oct 13, 2017
Broncos rule out WR Cody Latimer, Giants rule out seven players

Broncos rule out WR Cody Latimer, Giants rule out seven players

Latimer (knee) and quarterback Paxton Lynch (shoulder) will both be out for Sunday's game against the Giants.
Mile High Report Oct 13, 2017
Broncos-Giants injury update: The Giants are down a lot of players this week

Broncos-Giants injury update: The Giants are down a lot of players this week

The New York Giants will be down eight players this week and that doesn’t even include Odell Beckham or Brandon Marshall. The Denver Broncos will have no excuses if they somehow lose to the winless and hapless New York Giants. Those tend to be the worst kinds of games, since winning in the NFL is almost always razor thin. The Broncos will be without Cody Latimer and Paxton Lynch again this week, but other than that it will be all hands on deck. However, the Giants will be without a lot of starter-quality talent. STATUS DEFINITIONS: Did not participate (DNP); Limited: means less than...
Mile High Report Oct 12, 2017
Injury report: Broncos vets return to practice while Giants remain in turmoil

Injury report: Broncos vets return to practice while Giants remain in turmoil

Here is your Thursday Injury R The Broncos continue to have no major injuries to really worry about this week. Their veterans Jamaal Charles, Domata Peko, and Aqib Talib all returned to practice today after receiving the day off on Wednesday. Broncos QB Paxton Lynch (right shoulder) doesn’t have a timeline for a return. Just started throwing short passes yesterday. About 5 yards— James Palmer (@JamesPalmerTV) October 12, 2017 The only injuries of note remain to be Cody Latimer and Paxton Lynch. Latimer is continuing to deal with a knee injury while Lynch is just beginning to start...
Broncos Wire Oct 12, 2017
Few changes to Thursday injury report for Broncos and Giants

Few changes to Thursday injury report for Broncos and Giants

For the second straight day, Broncos receiver Cody Latimer (knee) and quarterback Paxton Lynch (shoulder) did not practice Thursday. Both players seem unlikely to play against the Giants on Sunday. Elsewhere on Denver’s injury report, nose tackle Domata Peko, cornerback Aqib Talib and running back Jamaal Charles all fully participated Thursday after receiving veteran rest days on Wednesday. The Giants’ injury report is not as positive. As was the case Wednesday, linebacker Jonathan Casillas (neck), safety Landon Collins (ankle), running back Paul Perkins (ribs), center Weston Richburg...
Broncos Wire Oct 11, 2017
Cody Latimer and Paxton Lynch did not practice Wednesday

Cody Latimer and Paxton Lynch did not practice Wednesday

Broncos wide receiver Cody Latimer (knee) and quarterback Paxton Lynch (shoulder) were the only players held out of practice with injuries Wednesday. Running back Jamaal Charles, cornerback Aqib Talib and nose tackle Domata Peko were also given veteran rest days. “I think having a plan for the entire year helps to keep players healthy,” coach Vance Joseph said after practice Wednesday. “It’s Jamaal Charles not working on Wednesday, Talib not working on Wednesday and Domata not working on Wednesday. It’s having recovery day on Friday. Long-term you have to plan early for...
Mile High Report Oct 11, 2017
Denver Broncos and New York Giants injury report: Broncos are healthy while the Giants are not

Denver Broncos and New York Giants injury report: Broncos are healthy while the Giants are not

Here is your Wednesday injury report for the Denver Broncos and New York Giants. The Denver Broncos are coming off their week four bye week, so they’re feeling well rested right now. That is shown on their first injury report of the week where they only have two players listed with injuries. The rest are key veterans getting a rest day before taking the field tomorrow. Vance Joseph said Broncos just had best Wednesday practice of year. #9sports— Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) October 11, 2017 Quarterback Paxton Lynch is expected to start throwing this week while receiver Cody Latimer is...
Broncos Wire Oct 9, 2017
Vance Joseph gives injury updates for Cody Latimer and Paxton Lynch

Vance Joseph gives injury updates for Cody Latimer and Paxton Lynch

Slow but surely, Broncos receiver Cody Latimer (knee) and quarterback Paxton Lynch (shoulder) are getting healthy. “Cody is feeling better after the four or five days off,” coach Vance Joseph said after practice Monday. “Paxton is also feeling better. Hopefully, Paxton can have a brief throwing session probably Thursday or Friday. That’s the plan for Paxton.” Lynch being able to begin throwing is a good sign, but he may still be a few weeks away from being healthy enough to dress on Sundays. Lynch is already on the 53-man roster so Denver would not have to waive anyone to make room...
Broncos Wire Oct 2, 2017
Broncos are close to being fully healthy entering their bye week

Broncos are close to being fully healthy entering their bye week

The Broncos are 3-1 entering their bye week and the team is almost completely healthy. Quarterback Paxton Lynch (shoulder) may still be a few weeks away from returning to practice but with Trevor Siemian and Brock Osweiler on the roster, Lynch’s injury is not a major concern. Wide receiver Cody Latimer (knee) did not play on Sunday but it wouldn’t be surprising to see him return in two weeks. After Lynch and Latimer, everyone else on the active roster is healthy. “We don’t have any [injuries] to report right now, so that’s a good thing,” Broncos coach Vance Joseph said after a...
Broncos Wire Oct 1, 2017
Raiders vs. Broncos inactives: Jordan Taylor will play

Raiders vs. Broncos inactives: Jordan Taylor will play

With two meaningful exceptions, the inactive list looks similar to previous weeks. Devontae Booker will be making his season debut alongside Jordan Taylor. Here are the players who will not be suiting up this weekend: Paxton Lynch, QB: Paxton is still rehabilitating his shoulder after injuring it in the preseason. With Brock Osweiler serving as a backup to Trevor Siemian, Denver is not in a huge hurry to get their first-round pick back on the field yet. Cody Latimer, WR: The Broncos’ special-teams-ace will be taking the week off, giving Taylor his first opportunity to get on the field this...
Mile High Report Oct 1, 2017
Denver Broncos and Oakland Raiders inactives: Crabtree is INACTIVE for the Raiders

Denver Broncos and Oakland Raiders inactives: Crabtree is INACTIVE for the Raiders

Here are your inactives for this afternoon’s game. Here are the inactives for this afternoon’s division rival game between the Denver Broncos and the Oakland Raiders at Sports Authority field at Mile High in Denver Colorado. RB Devontae Booker is active for the first time this season. our inactives for #OAKvsDEN » https://t.co/vU6d34rJKt pic.twitter.com/Jzy7f0oGmd— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) October 1, 2017 For the Broncos, they will be without backup quarterback Paxton Lynch once again who is dealing with an injury to his throwing shoulder. Also missing the game for the...
Broncos Wire Sep 29, 2017
Broncos injury report: Cody Latimer questionable for Week 4

Broncos injury report: Cody Latimer questionable for Week 4

After being limited at practice Friday with a knee injury, Broncos wide receiver Cody Latimer is questionable to play against the Raiders this week. Backup quarterback Paxton Lynch (shoulder) is the only player on Denver’s injury report that has been ruled out for Week 4. “He is really week-to-week,” coach Vance Joseph said after practice Friday. “We want to be smart with Paxton because it is a throwing shoulder with a young player. We want to make sure he is totally sure he is totally healthy before he returns to practice. But, once he’s ready to practice, he is going to be out...
Mile High Report Sep 27, 2017
MHR Live: What happened to Trevor Siemian in Week 3?

MHR Live: What happened to Trevor Siemian in Week 3?

We have the answers, Sway! What happened to Trevor Siemian in Week 3? We have the answer and it is fixable. The Denver Broncos open as 2.5 favorites at home against the Oakland Raiders. Raiders quarterback Derek Carr has started five games against the Broncos, he has six touchdowns and four interceptions in those games. He has also been sacked 12 times in those five games. Get in where you fit it, because study long, study wrong. Join your host Ian Henson and the greatest group of Broncos fans on the internet live, right now.Posted by Mile High Report: A Denver Broncos Blog on...

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