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The Denver Post

Broncos Briefs: Shane Ray’s injury opens door for DeMarcus Walker’s 2018 debut

Linebacker Shane Ray’s ankle injury kept him out of Thursday’s game against the Arizona Cardinals and created an opportunity for defensive end DeMarcus Walker.

Niner Nation

Golden Nuggets: TNF & Injury Reports

A daily compilation of 49ers news from around the net. Thursday, October 18th, 2018 edition. Good morning (or good evening to our friends further on either side of the ponds) folks, it's another beautiful Thursday, and you know what that means. Another awful TNF game between two teams on a short week, and we get to explore the injury report for the 49ers. To start things off, tonight's game is between the Broncos and the Cardinals. Both teams are fairly bad, sporting formerly-elite defenses that still show a modicum of promise, but have largely started to decline. The offenses of both teams...

Revenge of the Birds

Bird Droppings: Arizona Cardinals vs Denver Broncos what to watch, injury report, David Johnson ready to carry offense and more

A look around the web at the Arizona Cardinals. Happy Thursday Night Football day one and all. The Arizona Cardinals take on the Denver Broncos tonight and there is plenty of news to help you get ready for tonight’s matchup, so let’s get to all the news from around the web on the Arizona Cardinals. Five Things To Watch: #DENvsAZA look at the top storylines for Thursday's game Despite Von Miller's Warning, David Johnson Seeks Holes In BroncosBoston, Iupati will sit out Cardinals Need Results Against BroncosCoach Steve Wilks says jobs are becoming tenuous as losses mount Opposing Views -...

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Denver Broncos and Arizona Cardinals injury report: Ray, Jones, Veldheer, and Dymonte Thomas sit out practice

Here is your Tuesday injury report for the Broncos and Cardinals. The Denver Broncos released their second injury report in this short week prior to their Thursday night matchup against the Arizona Cardinals. Their first injury report was a guesstimate on the players status for that day since they didn’t practice. Today was just a walk-through in shells and shorts but multiple Broncos players sat out practice. Working for Thursday night.#BeatTheCardinals 's » https://t.co/EgrTAjW2YJ pic.twitter.com/5yK2XIIMGy— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) October 16, 2018 The four Broncos who sat...

The Denver Post

Broncos Game Plan: How Denver matches against the Cardinals, injury report and predictions

Third time’s a charm, right? After two weeks of disastrous run defense against the Jets (323 yards allowed) and Rams (270), the Broncos take on the league’s lowest-producing rush game (62 yards/game) in Arizona.

Turf Show Times

Rams - Broncos: Revisiting Five Rams to watch

Hotdaddywags did a (mostly) great job identifying Rams to make an impact last week The Los Angeles Rams came out of their matchup with the Denver Broncos at 6-0 as many of us predicted they would. If you’re just looking at the recap and/or box score following the game, you might be a bit disappointed and look to TST to figure out what went wrong. But that score is largely misleading and the game was never as close as the score indicated. The Rams battled injuries (more on that in a bit) all day but snagged an early lead and never looked back. Last week, Hotdaddywags took a look at some...

Turf Show Times

Random Ramsdom, 10/16

The Rams won ugly, but remain the last undefeated team of the 2018 season Rams didn’t get 23-20 win over Broncos down cold, but room for improvement at 6-0 is impressive | LA Times The Rams won ugly on Sunday, but won none-the-less to go 6-0 on the season. The fact that there’s room for improvement on an undefeated team should scare the rest of the NFL. Cooper Kupp Reportedly ‘Could Miss Some Time’ After Knee Injury vs. Broncos | Bleacher Report This could have been so much worse. I’ll take a missed game or two over 6 or more any day. Watch Johnny Hekker make a spectacular...

Big Blue View

Giants’ roster moves: Grant Haley among players promoted: Deayon cut, Latimer and Armstrong to IR

Giants shuffle roster The New York Giants announced a series of roster moves on Tuesday. As had been previously reported, the Giants confirmed adding undrafted free agent cornerback Grant Haley to the roster and waiving cornerback Donte Deayon. The moves did not, however, stop there. The Giants placed wide receiver Cody Latimer (hamstring) and linebacker Ray-Ray Armstrong (concussion) on injured reserve. They added free agent wide receiver Bennie Fowler, a fifth-year player who caught 29 passes for the Denver Broncos last season, and promoted linebacker Ukeme Ilegwe from the practice...

ClutchPoints

Rams WR Cooper Kupp likely to miss all practice sessions this week

The Los Angeles Rams managed to maintain their undefeated start to the 2018 NFL season with a clutch win over the Denver Broncos in Week 6. Unfortunately, it came with a bit of a price after wide receiver Cooper Kupp was forced to exit early with a knee injury following a horse-collar tackle. Kupp has since been […] The post Rams WR Cooper Kupp likely to miss all practice sessions this week appeared first on ClutchPoints.

Predominantly Orange

Denver Broncos: Ron Leary’s injury impact and fallout

The Denver Broncos fear a torn Achilles for starting left guard Ron Leary. What does this mean for the offensive line going forward? The Denver Broncos have suffered a number of injuries to key players already this season, and they might have lost starting left guard Ron Leary for the season on Sunday afternoon with […] Denver Broncos: Ron Leary’s injury impact and fallout - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

Turf Show Times

Rams-Broncos: Five Broncos revisited

The Rams left the Mile High City with a narrow victory as the Broncos played very well. The Los Angeles Rams overcame a myriad of injuries throughout the game to defeat the Denver Broncos, 23-20. Many Rams players missed some time across key positions as LT Andrew Whitworth, LG Rodger Saffold, DL Michael Brockers, EDGE Matt Longacre and WR Cooper Kupp all missed some plays due to injury. Overall, the Rams were still able to grind it out lead by RB Todd Gurley’s 200 yard rushing game. The Broncos did play it close, limiting the Rams to their lowest point total of the season. Here were my...

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Report: Ronald Leary suffers torn Achilles in loss to Rams

According to multiple reports, the Denver Broncos fear Ronald Leary has torn his Achilles in teams loss to the Los Angeles Rams. The Denver Broncos lost guard Ronald Leary in the second half to a somewhat non-contact foot injury that the team reportedly fears is a torn Achilles. That would end Leary’s season and be a huge blow to the team’s starting offensive line. Broncos’ initial diagnosis of guard Ron Leary’s injury is a torn Achilles, per source.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 15, 2018 Max Garcia would be the one who steps in to replace Leary along the offensive...

The Denver Post

Ron Leary injury puts Broncos’ offensive line depth in spotlight

Max Garcia knew his role on the Broncos’ offensive line would increase Sunday against the Rams in an effort to bolster Denver’s run blocking and pass protection.

Turf Show Times

Rams’ Kupp suffers MCL sprain

Although Cooper Kupp was carted off the field against the Denver Broncos, he returned to the field and now it is confirmed that he has an MCL sprain. It has been reported by ESPN’s Adam Schefter that wide receiver Cooper Kupp sustained an MCL sprain on Sunday against the Denver Broncos: Rams’ WR Cooper Kupp suffered an MCL sprain Sunday and his team thinks he “could miss some time, but not sure yet,” per source.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 15, 2018 During the game, Kupp was horse collar tackled by Broncos safety Darian Stewart. After the injury, Kupp was carted off...

Turf Show Times

Random Ramsdom, 10/15

Lets take a look at the best links of the day Michael Brockers postgame locker room interview | The Los Angeles Rams’ official site Big Brock talks about the main plan of attack for the defense being to limit the rushing attack of the Broncos, potentially playing versus a backup QB, Todd Gurley’s performance, and a quick update on his shoulder injury Aaron Donald postgame locker room interview | The Rams’ official site Aaron Donald talks about the defense playing more sound and disciplined football, the pass rushing being good but expecting more on the last drive, the gimme sack that...

Turf Show Times

Kupp, Brockers Questionable to Return vs Broncos

Hopefully the injuries aren’t as bad as it looked on the field The Los Angeles Rams have looked solid in the Colorado snow against the Denver Broncos. Entering the half, they hold a 13-3 lead and the game hasn’t seemed as close as the score would indicate. Injuries, however, continue to bite the Rams. WR Cooper Kupp and DL Michael Brockers both left the game during the 2nd quarter. Kupp’s injury was from a horse-collar tackle from former St. Louis Ram Darian Stewart and it looked ugly. Cooper Kupp's injury (he was carted off) #LARams pic.twitter.com/IzOYpwSrBo— New Account...

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Rams-Broncos inactives

Here’s the seven Rams who won’t be active today. Well, we knew from the news yesterday that Los Angeles Rams WR Brandin Cooks and WR Cooper Kupp were cleared from the concussion protocol to play today as the Rams are on the road in Week 6 to take on the Denver Broncos. As such, the only player out due to injury on the final game injury report was K Greg Zuerlein. So as the seven-man inactives show, the Rams are yet again fortunate to be very healthy as we head toward midseason: C Brian Allen DT Sebastian Joseph-Day RB John Kelly DT Tanzel Smart DB Darious Williams OLB Trevon...

Turf Show Times

WATCH: Kupp injures knee

Hopefully the injuries aren’t as bad as it looked on the field. The Los Angeles Rams have looked solid in the Colorado snow against the Denver Broncos. Entering the half, they hold a 13-3 lead and the game hasn’t seemed as close as the score would indicate. Injuries, however, continue to bite the Rams. WR Cooper Kupp and DL Michael Brockers both left the game during the 2nd quarter. Kupp’s injury was from a horse-collar tackle from former St. Louis Ram Darian Stewart and it looked ugly. Cooper Kupp's injury (he was carted off) #LARams pic.twitter.com/IzOYpwSrBo— New Account...

www.milehighreport.com

Derek Wolfe questionable to return with hamstring injury

Denver Broncos defensive end Derek Wolfe is questionable to return to the Los Angeles Rams game with a hamstring injury. Derek Wolfe has left the Denver Broncos game against the Los Angeles Rams with a hamstring injury. His return is questionable. With the Broncos run defense struggling early on, this could be a huge loss with Todd Gurley running downhill through the first quarter. More on this story as it develops.

Turf Show Times

Rams-Broncos live gamethread II

Injuries and some difficulties in the passing game have the Rams nursing a slight lead as the Cooper Kupp injury looms large... It was about weather. Now it’s about Los Angeles Rams WR Cooper Kupp’s knee and a potential change at quarterback for the Denver Broncos... The Rams hold a 13-3 lead at halftime in what’s been a strange stop-and-start affair. The Rams offense has been all over the place clearing huge lanes for RB Todd Gurley but unable to cap things off in the passing game. Some late issues from the offensive line negated any extra points on a final drive, but the big story...

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Ronald Leary ruled out of game after being carted to the locker room

In a terrible blow to the Denver Broncos offensive line, Ronald Leary suffered a foot injury and was ultimately carted to the locker room. While blocking Aaron Donald on a failed pass play, Ronald Leary planted his foot and injured it somehow. He was able to hobble off the field, but the Denver Broncos then carted him to the locker room and ruled him out of the game entirely. This is a major blow to the Broncos offensive line as they have not have much success against the Los Angeles Rams in this game down 13-3 midway through the third quarter. Ron Leary is being carted into the locker...

ClutchPoints

Rams receivers Brandin Cooks and Cooper Kupp cleared from concussion protocol

In the days leading up to the Week 6 matchup against the Denver Broncos, there has been plenty of questions surrounding the health of two of their top wide receivers Brandin Cooks and Cooper Kupp. The Rams’ duo had each been placed in the concussion protocol after hits they suffered in last Sunday’s 33-31 win […] The post Rams receivers Brandin Cooks and Cooper Kupp cleared from concussion protocol appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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Cooks and Kupp cleared concussion protocol, will play Sunday

Hell to the yes. As if the Denver Broncos shouldn’t have already been afraid, the duo of Brandin Cooks and Cooper Kupp were cleared from the concussion protocol and will play Sunday in Denver: .@brandincooks + @CooperKupp are cleared to go for #LAvsDEN pic.twitter.com/fhMimtJFYt— Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL) October 13, 2018 This is obviously great news for one of the best offenses (best) in the league. Not that they needed these two to go per-se, but having the speed of Cooks and the route running ability and hands that Kupp offers will only help the Rams offense continue their...

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Injury report: Jones and Veldheer continue to miss practice

Here is your Thursday injury report for the Denver Broncos and Los Angeles Rams. The Denver Broncos and Los Angeles Rams released their second injury report of the week today and did receive some good news. However, to key veterans for the Broncos sat our their second straight practice. .@ESanders_10 was feeling himself at practice today. #BeatTheRams 's » https://t.co/lqA58gP7P5 pic.twitter.com/IqOh1RZUci— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) October 11, 2018 First, the good news. Safety Darian Stewert who sat out Wednesday’s practice with a foot injury returned to practice today and...

Turf Show Times

Rams-Broncos: Greg Zuerlein remains out

Onto week 6! As the weeks continue to roll by, the Los Angeles Rams continue to return more players and remain healthy. As for the injury reports, the only player who will miss the game for the Rams is kicker Greg Zuerlein. The Rams sound confident that WR’s Cooper Kupp and Brandin Cooks will pass the final test in the concussion protocol tomorrow as they practiced in full today, per Head Coach Sean McVay: “We’re right on track,” head coach Sean McVay said. “We’re waiting for the final clearance on Brandin and Cooper. But looking positive in that direction.” Defensive tackle...

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Broncos rookie Isaac Yiadom getting unexpected experience

Isaac Yiadom joined 1st and 10 at 10 to discuss his increased role in recent weeks. The Denver Broncos secondary has struggled in 2018. Rookie corner Isaac Yiadom has been thrust into extra playing time with the injuries to Tramaine Brock and Adam Jones. Yiadom took some time to talk to the crew on 1st and 10 at 10 on Orange and Blue 760. Each week gets a little easier for Yiadom, and he knows that moving on from play to play is a big part of the game. With the LA Rams next on the schedule, being able to shake off bad plays and focus on the next snap will be a big part of his game on...

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Broncos-Rams injury updates: Jared Veldheer, Adam Jones OUT

The Denver Broncos will be down two key starters against the Los Angeles Rams in Week 6. The Denver Broncos (2-3) will be down two key starters against the Los Angeles Rams (5-0) with both right tackle Jared Veldheer (knee) and cornerback Adam Jones (thigh) out for this critical Week 6 matchup against a strong NFC powerhouse. “For the game, we’ve got two out,” Joseph said on Friday. “We’ve got Jared Veldheer with a knee and Adam ‘Pacman’ Jones with a thigh. Shaq Barrett had a sick day today. He’s OK, he’ll be fine for Sunday.” The Rams will be without placekicker Greg...

#2 Peyton Manning Returns from Neck Injury to Lead Broncos | Top 10 Player Comebacks | NFL

Peyton Manning comes in at #2 on the list of Top 10 Player comebacks.

Tony Romo Look-Alike Takes In Broncos-Patriots Game

Tony Romo -- well at least his doppleganger -- enjoyed the AFC Championship when the Denver Broncos played against the New England Patriots. NESN.com's Andre Khatchaturian explains how the real Tony Romo will instead be having surgery to repair his should