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 Latest Broncos Player Notes
Nov 20 2017 - Austin Traylor
  TE Austin Traylor made his NFL debut after being promoted by the Broncos from the practice squad. Traylor filled the roster spot of TE A.J. Derby, who was waived/injured on Saturday.


Nov 20 2017 - Domata Peko
  NT Domata Peko Sr., who spent his first 11 seasons in Cincinnati before signing with Denver as a free agent in the offseason, extended his starting streak to 122 games. That's the longest active streak by an NFL defensive lineman.


Nov 20 2017 - Brandon McManus
  PK Brandon McManus, whose 61-yard field-goal attempt just before halftime was blocked, converted a 45-yarder with 4:54 remaining in the third quarter.


Nov 20 2017 - Brock Osweiler
  QB Brock Osweiler completed 23 of 42 passes for 254 yards, including a 17-yard touchdown pass to Demaryius Thomas.


Nov 18 2017 - A.J. Derby
  The Denver Broncos waived/injured (shoulder) TE A.J. Derby on Saturday and signed tight end Austin Traylor to their active roster. Derby appeared in 15 games (four starts) with the Broncos after being acquired in a trade with the Patriots on Oct. 25, 2016. In nine games this season, Derby recorded 19 catches for 224 yards and two touchdowns.


Nov 18 2017 - Austin Traylor
  The Denver Broncos signed tight end Austin Traylor to their active roster and waived/injured (shoulder) tight end A.J. Derby on Saturday. The 6-foot-3, 255-pound Traylor is a first-year player from the University of Wisconsin who has been on Denver's practice squad since Week 16 in 2016.


Nov 15 2017 - Demaryius Thomas
  WR Demaryius Thomas was limited in practice because of a knee injury, but is expected to play against the Bengals. Thomas has scored in back-to-back games after going 13 consecutive games without a touchdown.


Nov 15 2017 - Jeff Heuerman
  TE Jeff Heuerman was held out of practice Wednesday because of a knee problem. If Heuerman and/or A.J. Derby cannot play, Austin Traylor is expected to be promoted from the practice squad to fill in at tight end.


Nov 15 2017 - A.J. Derby
  TE A.J. Derby did not practice Wednesday because of a shoulder injury. Derby has more receptions (19) and receiving yards (224) than the Broncos' other two tight ends combined this season.


Nov 15 2017 - Deiontrez Mount
  OLB Deiontrez Mount was promoted from the practice squad to the 53-man roster in place of OLB Kasim Edebali, who was waived Tuesday. Broncos head coach Vance Joseph said that he felt Mount had earned an opportunity based on his practice performance in recent weeks.


Nov 15 2017 - Paxton Lynch
  QB Paxton Lynch took first-team repetitions on passing plays Wednesday while Brock Osweiler rested his sore shoulder. Lynch also threw some deep passes for the first time since he sprained his right shoulder on Aug. 26.


Nov 15 2017 - Brock Osweiler
  QB Brock Osweiler was limited to short throws Wednesday as he recovers from a sore throwing shoulder that he suffered in the third quarter of last Sunday's loss to the Patriots. He is expected to play against Cincinnati.


Nov 15 2017 - Tim Patrick
  WR Tim Patrick was signed to the practice squad, the Denver Broncos announced. The 6-4, 212-pound Patrick is a rookie from the University of Utah who previously competed on the Broncos' practice squad from Weeks 7 to 9. He originally was signed by the Baltimore Ravens as a college free agent and spent the entire preseason with the San Francisco 49ers.


Nov 15 2017 - Brian Parker
  TE Brian Parker was signed to the practice squad, the Denver Broncos announced. The 6-4, 265-pound Parker is a second-year player who appeared in nine games for the Kansas City Chiefs as a rookie in 2015. He spent time with the New York Jets this past offseason.


Nov 15 2017 - Deiontrez Mount
  LB Deiontrez Mount was promoted from their practice squad to the active roster, the team announced Wednesday. The 6-foot-5, 253-pound Mount is a third-year player who appeared in five career games with Tennessee (2015) and the Indianapolis Colts (2016) after being selected by the Titans in the sixth round of the 2015 draft out of the University of Louisville.


Nov 13 2017 - Bennie Fowler
  WR Bennie Fowler was demoted to the No. 4 wide receiver spot behind Cody Latimer. He played 18 snaps and had no receptions and an offensive pass interference penalty that was declined.


Nov 13 2017 - Cody Latimer
  WR Cody Latimer moved up to the No. 3 wide receiver spot, playing 75 percent of the snaps Sunday night. Latimer caught three passes for 28 yards in the loss.


Nov 13 2017 - Todd Davis
  ILB Todd Davis suffered an ankle injury, but there was "nothing serious there," Broncos head coach Vance Joseph said. Davis played Sunday after missing two games because of a high-ankle sprain.


Nov 13 2017 - Emmanuel Sanders
  WR Emmanuel Sanders had his best game of the season, catching six passes for 137 yards. He was over 100 yards before the first half ended. Sanders is two weeks removed from missing a pair of games because of a sprained ankle and came into the game with 26 catches for 296 yards in six games.


Nov 13 2017 - A.J. Derby
  TE A.J. Derby emerged from Sunday's game with a sore shoulder, Broncos coach Vance Joseph said. Derby leads Broncos tight ends with 224 yards and two touchdowns on 19 receptions this season.


Nov 13 2017 - Brock Osweiler
  QB Brock Osweiler will start a third consecutive game next Sunday against the Bengals. Osweiler threw a fourth-quarter interception with the Broncos down 25 points, but didn't take a sack and displayed more poise in the pocket as he completed 18 of 33 attempts for 221 yards with a touchdown to go along with that late pick.


Nov 13 2017 - Paxton Lynch
  QB Paxton Lynch, who suffered a sprained right shoulder in the Aug. 26 preseason game against the Green Bay Packers, has progressed to making "intermediate" throws in practice. However, Broncos head coach Vance Joseph said, but has not advanced to the point where he could play in a game if the need arose.


Nov 13 2017 - Emmanuel Sanders
  WR Emmanuel Sanders had his 15th career 100-yard receiving game by halftime with five receptions for 114 yards in the first two quarters. He finished with six catches for 137 yards, with a long of 38 yards and an average per catch of 22.8 yards. "He played an inspired football game," Broncos head coach Vance Joseph said. "He made a bunch of plays for us. That's 'E.' He's a tough guy. He's always engaged. "


Nov 13 2017 - Brock Osweiler
  QB Brock Osweiler, making a second straight start since replacing Trevor Siemian, was 18 of 33 for 221 yards, including a touchdown pass to Demaryius Thomas. It is uncertain whether Osweiler will be the Broncos' starting quarterback for next Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Coach Vance Joseph said he wanted to review tape from the Patriots game and consult with staff before making a final decision. The Broncos may want to try to get a look at Paxton Lynch, a former first-round draft pick who has been regaining his health after being sidelined by a shoulder injury suffered in the preseason.


Nov 13 2017 - Allen Barbre
  OL Allen Barbre started at right tackle for Denver in place of Menelik Watson, who went on injured reserve last week.


Nov 13 2017 - Todd Davis
  LB Todd Davis went out in the first half with an ankle injury.


Nov 8 2017 - Matt Paradis
  C Matt Paradis was held out of Wednesday's practice because of a back problem. Paradis has played every regular-season snap for the Broncos since the start of the 2015 season.


Nov 8 2017 - Joseph Jones
  ILB Joe Jones was signed off the Seahawks' practice squad on Tuesday to take the spot of ILB Kevin Snyder, who was waived. Jones could see immediate playing time on special teams, but the 235-pounder has a chance to develop as a rotational linebacker who works in pass coverage.


Nov 8 2017 - Ronald Leary
  RG Ron Leary did not practice Wednesday because of an elbow injury. Leary played against Philadelphia despite being injured a week earlier against the Chiefs.


Nov 8 2017 - Donald Stephenson
  RT Donald Stephenson is another possibility to start for Menelik Watson; he returned to practice Wednesday after missing two and a half weeks due to a calf injury.


Nov 8 2017 - Allen Barbre
  LG Allen Barbre could move back over to right tackle in place of the injured Menelik Watson. Barbre started for Watson in Week 7 against the Chargers and struggled in the 21-0 loss.


Nov 8 2017 - Menelik Watson
  RT Menelik Watson was placed on injured reserve Wednesday after suffering a torn tendon in his foot. The injury is the latest blow for Watson, who missed 35 of a possible 64 games during the 2013-16 seasons with the Raiders because of various injuries.


Nov 8 2017 - Cyrus Kouandjio
  OT Cyrus Kouandjio signed with the Broncos on Wednesday. Kouandjio, 24, is a fourth-year player who appeared in 25 games (seven starts) with the Bills from 2014-16. He was selected by the Bills in the second round (44th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft out of the University of Alabama.


Nov 8 2017 - Menelik Watson
  RT Menelik Watson was placed on season-ending injured reserve due to torn tendon in his foot, the Broncos announced Wednesday. The fifth-year player started seven games in his first season with the Broncos after joining the club as an unrestricted free agent from the Raiders on March 10. Watson, 28, originally suffered his injury in the Oct. 15 loss to the Giants in Week 6 and then missed the following game.


Nov 8 2017 - Cyrus Kouandjio
  T Cyrus Kouandjio was signed by the Denver Broncos. Kouandjio, 24, was selected by the Bills in the second round (44th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft out of the University of Alabama. He appeared in 12 games (five starts at left tackle) for the Bills in 2016, helping pave the way for an offense that finished first in the NFL in rushing yards (2,630) and rushing touchdowns (29).


Nov 8 2017 - Menelik Watson
  RT Menelik Watson was placed on season-ending injured reserve due to torn tendon in his foot. The 6-foot-5, 315-pound Watson, a fifth-year player, started seven games in his first season with the Broncos after joining the club as an unrestricted free agent from the Oakland Raiders on March 10. He originally suffered his injury in the Oct. 15 loss to the New York Giants in Week 6 and then missed the following game.


Nov 7 2017 - Joseph Jones
  LB Joseph Jones was signed by the Denver Broncos to their 53-man roster from the Seattle Seahawks' practice squad. Jones has been on the practice squads of the Los Angeles Chargers and Seahawks after spending the preseason with the Dallas Cowboys, who signed him as an undrafted free agent in May.


Nov 6 2017 - Von Miller
  OLB Von Miller's strip-sack fumble set up Brandon Marshall for a fourth-quarter touchdown. It marked the defense's first touchdown since Week 2.


Nov 6 2017 - Demaryius Thomas
  WR Demaryius Thomas scored for the first time this season when he caught a 1-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter. It snapped a 13-game skein without a touchdown for the eight-year veteran.


Nov 6 2017 - Cody Latimer
  WR Cody Latimer had perhaps his best game in four years as a Bronco. He caught two passes for 51 yards, was the first man downfield on multiple punts and delivered a key block on Isaiah McKenzie's 44-yard punt return.


Nov 6 2017 - Brock Osweiler
  QB Brock Osweiler will start next Sunday against the Patriots. Osweiler finished Sunday's game with a 53.4 passer rating on 19-of-38 passing for 208 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions. But Broncos head coach Vance Joseph praised his preparation leading up to the game.


Nov 6 2017 - Chad Kelly
  QB Chad Kelly will remain on the non-football injury list for the rest of the season. Kelly practiced last week, but the Broncos chose to keep their seventh-round pick off the 53-man roster as he completes his recovery from a torn ACL and a wrist injury suffered before the draft.


Nov 6 2017 - Jake Butt
  TE Jake Butt's season officially ended when the Broncos opted to not activate him from the non-football injury list. Butt practiced off and on the last three weeks, but soreness in the knee he injured last December was enough to cause the Broncos to shut the fifth-round pick down for the season.


Nov 6 2017 - Brock Osweiler
  QB Brock Osweiler will make his second straight start next week against the New England Patriots, coach Vance Joseph announced Monday. Joseph said Osweiler has "earned the opportunity" to prove he can guide Denver's offense, although the 26-year-old struggled with his chance on Sunday. Osweiler completed 19 of 38 passes for 208 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions as the beleaguered Broncos (3-5) suffered their fourth straight loss with a 51-23 rout by the Eagles in Philadelphia.


Nov 6 2017 - Emmanuel Sanders
  WR Emmanuel Sanders (ankle) missed the last two games, but was active for Sunday's game.


Nov 6 2017 - Brock Osweiler
  QB Brock Osweiler started Sunday against Philardelphia rather than Trevor Siemian. The change provided little momentum as Osweiler struggled mightily and finished 19 of 38 for 208 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions. Some of the statistics were compiled when the game had long been decided.


Nov 1 2017 - Brock Osweiler
  QB Brock Osweiler, who left the Broncos to sign with the Houston Texans 19 months ago in free agency, now once again has the chance to be the Broncos' starter, as he was late in 2015 when he replaced an injured Peyton Manning,The last time Osweiler started for the Broncos, he was pulled in the third quarter for Manning after throwing two interceptions and losing a fumble in the 2015 regular-season finale. Manning entered the game, and the Broncos rallied from a 13-7 deficit for a 27-20 win that clinched home-field advantage. Two months later, Osweiler signed with Houston in free agency, and the Broncos' succession plan went askew. Now Osweiler is back, humbled and wiser after his starting experience in Houston, an offseason in Cleveland and seven games as Trevor Siemian's backup. His top task? "Protect the football," he said Wednesday. Look for Osweiler to play close to the vest, as he did during his first six starts as a Bronco, when he turned the football over just three times as the Broncos went 4-2.


Nov 1 2017 - Devontae Booker
  RB Devontae Booker had the Broncos' first touchdown on Monday night and could be a sleeper option in PPR leagues because of his skills as a pass-catcher. Booker has more yards as a receiver (114) than as a rusher (62) since recovering from a forearm injury that sidelined him for the first three games.


Nov 1 2017 - Emmanuel Sanders
  WR Emmanuel Sanders practiced on a limited basis Wednesday. The on-field work was the first for Sanders since he sprained his ankle against the Giants on Oct. 15.


Nov 1 2017 - Donald Stephenson
  RT Donald Stephenson remains sidelined with a calf injury. He did not play against the Chiefs and did not practice Wednesday.



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