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Broncos Wire Dec 8, 2017
Broncos injury report: Domata Peko questionable for Week 14

Broncos injury report: Domata Peko questionable for Week 14

Broncos nose tackle Domata Peko (knee), wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (ankle) and defensive end Adam Gotsis (illness) are all questionable for Sunday’s game against the Jets, according to the team’s injury report. Quarterback Paxton Lynch (shoulder) and offensive guard Ron Leary (back) are the only players that have been ruled out for Denver. With Lynch ruled out, Brock Osweiler will serve as Trevor Siemian’s backup. Connor McGovern will start in the place of an injured Leary, just as he did last week. McGovern was penalized once for a false start against the Dolphins but did not...
Broncos Wire Dec 7, 2017
Broncos injury report: Domata Peko among players held out

Broncos injury report: Domata Peko among players held out

Broncos receiver Emmanuel Sanders (ankle) was back at practice Thursday but offensive guard Ron Leary (back) and nose tackle Domata Peko (knee) were still held out. Quarterback Paxton Lynch (ankle) and defensive end Zach Kerr (toe) were also sidelined. Linebacker Joe Thomas (Achilles) was limited after missing practice Wednesday. If Peko is unable to play this week, his younger cousin Kyle Peko would likely receive about a quarter of the defensive snaps, as he did last week (27 percent). Other interior options include Kerr and DeMarcus Walker. If Leary is held out again, Connor McGovern...
Broncos Wire Dec 4, 2017
Broncos will start Trevor Siemian against Jets in Week 14

Broncos will start Trevor Siemian against Jets in Week 14

The Broncos are sticking with Vance Joseph for at least another week and he’s sticking with Trevor Siemian against the Jets in Week 14. Joseph announced Monday that Siemian will remain the team’s starting quarterback. Siemian, who now owns an 11-11 record as a starter, posted a dismal 30.5 passer rating in a 35-9 loss to the Dolphins on Sunday. The third-year Northwestern product completed just 46.3 percent of his passes with no touchdowns and three interceptions in Miami. But with Paxton Lynch injured and Brock Osweiler clearly not the team’s quarterback of the future, Siemian is the...
Mile High Report Dec 4, 2017
Broncos have 99 problems - and the biggest is QB

Broncos have 99 problems - and the biggest is QB

There’s plenty of blame for each loss, but the constant has been the quarterback. Every time. So it wasn’t Mike McCoy’s fault after all. It wasn’t the fault of the offensive line. It wasn’t because Broncos had given Paxton Lynch the start and Trevor Siemian only had a quarter-and-a-half to get the needed scores. As yesterday’s 19-of-41 completions, three sacks, three interceptions, zero touchdowns and 30.5 passer rating shows, Siemian is not the quarterback savior this team needs. Trevor Siemian: staring down receivers since 2016.— Jeffrey Essary (@JeffreyEssary) December...
Mile High Report Dec 1, 2017
Denver Broncos and Miami Dolphins injury report: Wolfe, Peko, and Leary all will miss Sunday’s game

Denver Broncos and Miami Dolphins injury report: Wolfe, Peko, and Leary all will miss Sunday’s game

Here is your Friday injury report for the Denver Broncos and the Miami Dolphins. The Denver Broncos and Miami Dolphins released their final injury report ahead of their matchup on Sunday afternoon. Unfortunately for the Broncos, they will be down multiple veteran starters. Final injury report for #DENvsMIA:• OUT: Derek Wolfe (neck), Domata Peko (knee), Ron Leary (back), Paxton Lynch (ankle)• QUESTIONABLE: Jeff Heuerman (knee), Shane Ray (illness), Todd Davis (illness), DeMarcus Walker (illness)— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) December 1, 2017 Head Coach Vance Joseph announced Friday...
Broncos Wire Nov 30, 2017
Broncos injury report: Emmanuel Sanders returns to practice

Broncos injury report: Emmanuel Sanders returns to practice

There’s good news and bad news on the Broncos’ injury report Thursday. The good news: receiver Emmanuel Sanders (ankle) fully participated after being held out Wednesday and defensive lineman Shelby Harris (illness) was limited one day after being held out. The bad news: outside linebacker Shane Ray (wrist/illness) was added to the “did not participate” section of the injury report. He was joined by offensive guard Ron Leary (back), quarterback Paxton Lynch (ankle), nose tackle Domata Peko (knee) and defensive end Derek Wolfe (neck). Denver coach Vance Joseph said after practice...
Mile High Report Nov 30, 2017
What’s the cost of getting hurt for football players?

What’s the cost of getting hurt for football players?

Injuries take a physical toll on players, but repairing them creates a financial toll as well. “Paxton Lynch's injury is going to cost $3,520.” Injuries are simply a fact of life in the NFL. The league works to minimize the dangers, albeit with less dedication than many people would wish, but they’re always going to be a part of the game. I’d say they’re a weekly occurrence, but even that doesn’t quite describe the unfortunate reality that’s been visited on players like Teddy Bridgewater and Deshaun Watson. As fans, we’re used to lamenting injuries’ impacts on our team’s...
Broncos Wire Nov 29, 2017
Broncos injury report: 6 players held out of practice

Broncos injury report: 6 players held out of practice

The Denver Broncos (3-8) are limping to the regular season finish line. Six players missed practice Wednesday with injuries: quarterback Paxton Lynch (ankle), defensive end Shelby Harris (illness), offensive guard Ron Leary (back), nose tackle Domata Peko (knee), receiver Emmanuel Sanders (ankle) and defensive end Derek Wolfe (neck). If any of the injuries are considered serious, it wouldn’t be surprising to see the team shut down a few players for the rest of the year. Wolfe’s neck injury, for example, is not an injury the team can afford to take a risk with. With both Wolfe and Peko...
Mile High Report Nov 28, 2017
Trevor Siemian grades out better than Paxton Lynch according to Pro Football Focus

Trevor Siemian grades out better than Paxton Lynch according to Pro Football Focus

The Denver Broncos finally got a spark on offense and it came from none other than Trevor Siemian. The Denver Broncos lost to the Oakland Raiders 21-14, but it was looking a lot worse before Trevor Siemian came into the game late in the third quarter after Paxton Lynch left the game with a high ankle sprain. Through three and a half quarters, Lynch looks like a really bad quarterback. His Pro Football Focus grade reflects that. QB PAXTON LYNCH, 48.2 OVERALL GRADE Lynch’s first start of the season couldn’t have gone much worse, as he was woefully ineffective before leaving in the fourth...
Mile High Report Nov 27, 2017
Trevor Siemian is once again the starting quarterback for the Broncos

Trevor Siemian is once again the starting quarterback for the Broncos

With Paxton Lynch injured, the Denver Broncos will turn back to Trevor Siemian to lead them. The Denver Broncos not only lost to the Oakland Raiders, the lost Paxton Lynch for 3-4 weeks with a high ankle sprain and Domata Peko for another two weeks with a knee sprain. That means Trevor Siemian will once again be starting for the Broncos when they take on the Miami Dolphins next week. Vance Joseph on Trevor Siemian: “He’s going to be our quarterback Sunday"— Zac Stevens (@ZacStevensBSN) November 27, 2017 Siemian said after the game on Sunday that he wanted to play and now he gets...
Broncos Wire Nov 27, 2017
Agent Leigh Steinberg defends client Paxton Lynch on Twitter

Agent Leigh Steinberg defends client Paxton Lynch on Twitter

Broncos second-year quarterback Paxton Lynch has struggled in his three NFL starts, but his agent doesn’t appreciate fans calling the Memphis product a bust. Leigh Steinberg, who represents Lynch, took to Twitter on Monday to point out that several notable quarterbacks also struggled in their first starts. #YoungGuns If people declaring a QB a bust in first few starts had their we never would have seen career development of @johnelway @PeytonManning36 or @TroyAikman — Leigh Steinberg (@leighsteinberg) November 27, 2017 Steinberg mentioned John Elway — Denver’s general manager —...
Mile High Report Nov 27, 2017
Report: Paxton Lynch out 2-4 weeks with high ankle sprain

Report: Paxton Lynch out 2-4 weeks with high ankle sprain

According to various sources, Paxton Lynch will be sidelined 2-4 weeks with a high ankle sprain. It was a short-lived stint as starting quarterback of the Denver Broncos for Paxton Lynch, who exited yesterday’s game sooner than he had hoped for due to injury. After undergoing an MRI earlier today, Lynch has officially been diagnosed with a high ankle sprain and is expected to miss two to four weeks, according to various sources. It’s an unfortunate turn of events for Lynch, who would have likely played through the remainder of the regular season as the team’s starting quarterback and...
Broncos Wire Nov 27, 2017
Paxton Lynch out with injury, Trevor Siemian will start

Paxton Lynch out with injury, Trevor Siemian will start

The Broncos are going back to Trevor Siemian. Second-year quarterback Paxton Lynch suffered a high ankle sprain in a 21-14 loss to the Raiders on Sunday and he will be out this week and “maybe longer,” according to KUSA-TV’s Mike Klis. Coach Vance Joseph confirmed the injury on Monday, stating that Lynch will be out for the next two-four weeks. Coach Joseph to @OrangeBlue760 on Broncos QB at MIA: Paxton has an ankle injury that will keep him out 2-4 weeks, so Trevor will be the quarterback. — Patrick Smyth (@psmyth12) November 27, 2017 That means Denver will go back to Siemian by...
NFL Trade Rumors Nov 27, 2017

Paxton Lynch Out With High Ankle Sprain, Broncos Starting Trevor Siemian

Mike Klis of 9 News reports that Paxton Lynch will miss at least Week 13’s game with a high-ankle sprain. According to Klis, Trevor Siemian will be Broncos starting against the Dolphins this weekend. The post Paxton Lynch Out With High Ankle Sprain, Broncos Starting Trevor Siemian appeared first on NFLTradeRumors.co.
Broncos Wire Nov 27, 2017
Derek Wolfe, Domata Peko among Broncos injured in Week 12

Derek Wolfe, Domata Peko among Broncos injured in Week 12

Three Broncos starters — defensive end Derek Wolfe (neck), nose tackle Domata Peko (knee) and quarterback Paxton Lynch (ankle) — left Sunday’s game against the Raiders on Sunday and did not return. After the 21-14 loss, coach Vance Joseph said all three players will undergo further evaluation Monday. Lynch’s injury is “not serious,” according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, so the former first-round pick may be able to play against the Dolphins in Week 13. “I can’t remember the exact play, but I think somebody rolled up on it,” Lynch said after the game. “I didn’t think...

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