|Oct 17 2018 - Adam Jones|
CB Adam Jones (thigh) was ruled out of Thursday's game.
|Oct 17 2018 - Dymonte Thomas|
S Dymonte Thomas (chest) won't play Thursday against the Cardinals.
|Oct 17 2018 - Shane Ray|
LB linebacker Shane Ray (ankle, wrist) will miss Thursday's game.
|Oct 17 2018 - Ronald Leary|
G Ronald Leary is out for the season because of a torn Achilles. Leary is expected to be placed on the Injured Reserve List.
|Oct 17 2018 - Jared Veldheer|
T Jared Veldheer will miss his third consecutive game because of a knee injury.
|Oct 17 2018 - Matt LaCosse|
TE Matt LaCosse returned to practice in limited fashion Tuesday. His status for Thursday's game remains uncertain.
|Oct 17 2018 - Dymonte Thomas|
S Dymonte Thomas missed practice this week because of a chest contusion suffered last Sunday against the Rams. His status remains questionable for Thursday night's Arizona game.
|Oct 17 2018 - Shane Ray|
LB Shane Ray suffered an ankle injury in last week's loss to the Rams and he has missed practice so far this week. His status for Thursday night's game against Arizona is uncertain.
|Oct 16 2018 - Adam Jones|
CB Adam Jones has yet to practice this week because of a lingering thigh injury and with the quick turnaround it seems likely he could miss a second consecutive game. Cornerback Tramaine Brock returned from injury last week and is expected to play in place of Jones in nickel packages.
|Oct 15 2018 - Jordan Taylor|
WR Jordan Taylor was returned to practice by the Broncos and remains on reserve/physically unable to perform. He is eligible to practice for 21 days at which point the Broncos can activate him, release him or keep him on reserve/PUP for the rest of the season.
|Oct 15 2018 - Su'a Cravens|
S Su'a Cravens was designated for return from reserve/injured by the Broncos Monday (Oct. 15). He is eligible to be activated to play in two weeks, but can practice for a maximum of 21 days.
|Oct 15 2018 - Jordan Taylor|
WR Jordan Taylor (hip surgery) went through the walkthrough on Monday. Coach Vance Joseph said Taylor will practice over the next two weeks before it's determined if he will be added to the active roster or stay on injured reserve for the rest of the season.
|Oct 15 2018 - Su'a Cravens|
S Su'a Cravens (knee surgery) went through the walkthrough on Monday. Coach Vance Joseph said he will practice over the next two weeks before it's determined if he will be added to the active roster or stay on injured reserve for the rest of the season.
|Oct 15 2018 - Adam Jones|
CB Adam Jones (hamstring) was getting treatment for his injury and is questionable for the game against the Cardinals.
|Oct 15 2018 - Jared Veldheer|
T Jared Veldheer is a question mark for Thursday due to a left knee injury. He was receiving treatment for the injury Monday.
|Oct 15 2018 - Shane Ray|
LB Shane Ray was wearing a walking boot Monday on his left foot for an ankle/foot injury suffered against Los Angeles. It is uncertain if he will be able to play Thursday at the Arizona Cardinals.
|Oct 15 2018 - Ronald Leary|
LG Ronald Leary suffered a torn Achilles tendon in the loss to the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday and will be placed on injured reserve. Max Garcia will start in place of Leary on Thursday in Arizona.
|Oct 14 2018 - Bradley Chubb|
LB Bradley Chubb provided a silver lining on a disappointing day. The rookie linebacker had three sacks and five tackles total in his first real breakout performance.
"It's good and all that to get to the quarterback three times, but it's not good enough," Chubb said. "We feel like in the Outside Linebackers Room, we put all the pressure on us. If we want to win, we've got to make plays. Sometimes we did make those plays, but we've just got to do more."
Denver sacked quarterback Jared Goff five times.
|Oct 14 2018 - Emmanuel Sanders|
WR Emmanuel Sanders had seven catches for 115 yards and a touchdown Sunday.
With Los Angeles leading 6-0 on two field goals early in the game, struggling quarterback Case Keenum connected with Sanders near the goal line on what was initially ruled a 44-yard touchdown. Sanders, an emotional leader on the offense, popped up and celebrated -- a little too much, according to the officials -- and was hit with a taunting call.
It didn't seem like a big deal until replays showed Sanders was down at the 1 instead of scoring. The taunting penalty pushed Denver back to the 16 and instead of a 7-6 lead, the Broncos had to settle for a field goal.
The Rams scored the next 14 points and the Broncos merely made it a respectable final with a late TD.
Sanders said he didn't think he did anything to deserve the 15-yard penalty when he was going back and forth with Rams cornerback Troy Hill.
"It's just being competitive and having fun," Sanders said. "I don't think I did anything too crazy besides point a finger and tell the guy, 'Hey I got you on that play.' I don't see the penalty in that. But I learned from it and like I said, it cost my team. I've just got to keep chugging along and don't do it again."
Sanders finished with seven catches for 115 yards, both team highs Sunday, and one touchdown. But his one mistake was costly for Denver.
"He knows better," head coach Vance Joseph said. "I didn't see what happened, but obviously it was a big penalty for us. We went from being on the 1-yard line to the 16-yard line. He can't do that, he knows that."
|Oct 14 2018 - Case Keenum|
QB Case Keenum connected on 25 of 41 passes for 322 yards and two touchdowns Sunday.
|Oct 11 2018 - Jeremy McNichols|
RB Jeremy McNichols was signed by the Broncos to the practice squad Wednesday (Oct. 10). He had been released by the Colts from the practice squad Oct. 2.
|Oct 11 2018 - Adam Jones|
CB Adam Jones aggravated a thigh injury in last week's loss to the Jets. He missed time in practice this week. Jones works as the nickel back and rookie Isaac Yiadom could see increased playing time if Jones is unavailable Sunday.
|Oct 11 2018 - Darian Stewart|
S Darian Stewart was held out of practice Wednesday with a foot injury and his availability for Sunday's game against the Rams is uncertain. Will Parks could see action in his place if Stewart is unable to play on Sunday.
|Oct 10 2018 - Jared Veldheer|
RT Jared Veldheer could miss a second straight game with a knee injury. Veldheer suffered the injury in Week 4 against Kansas City and was inactive against the Jets last week. He missed practice Wednesday. Billy Turner likely would start again in his place at right tackle.
|Oct 9 2018 - Niles Scott|
NT Niles Scott was signed by the Broncos to the practice squad Tuesday (Oct. 9). He had been released by the Broncos from the practice squad Sept. 25.
|Oct 8 2018 - Garett Bolles|
T Garett Bolles was subbed out of Sunday's game with a right ankle injury. Coach Vance Joseph said the second-year player is day to day.
|Oct 8 2018 - Adam Jones|
CB Adam Jones left Sunday's game with a hamstring injury and is considered day to day. Jones has struggled with injuries since signing with Denver just before the start of the season.
|Oct 8 2018 - Jared Veldheer|
T Jared Veldheer was inactive due to a left knee injury. His status for Sunday's home game against the 5-0 Los Angeles Rams is unknown.
|Oct 8 2018 - Marquette King|
P Marquette King was released a few days after being placed on injured reserve.
|Oct 8 2018 - Case Keenum|
QB Case Keenum threw two TD passes on Sunday. They were his first since the season opener against Seattle. He now has five on the season.
|Oct 8 2018 - Demaryius Thomas|
WR Demaryius Thomas scored on a 42-yard touchdown reception with 3:18 remaining. Thomas led the Broncos with 105 receiving yards and a touchdown on five receptions to post his 36th career 100-yard receiving game, the most in franchise history.
|Oct 8 2018 - Case Keenum|
QB Case Keenum established career single-game highs in completions (35) and passing yards (377), while connecting on two touchdown passes.
|Oct 7 2018 - Courtland Sutton|
WR Courtland Sutton scored his first career touchdown reception to open the scoring Sunday.
|Oct 7 2018 - Colby Wadman|
P Colby Wadman was signed by the Broncos from their practice squad Saturday (Oct. 6). Wadman (6-1, 213 pounds) is a rookie punter from the University of California, Davis, who joined the Broncos as a practice-squad signee on Sept. 26. A participant in Indianapolis' rookie mini camp in 2017 with Broncos Special Teams Coordinator Tom McMahon, Wadman signed with Oakland on March 16, 2018. After being waived by the Raiders, he competed in the Broncos' mini camp in May.
|Oct 7 2018 - Marquette King|
P Marquette King (thigh) was placed on reserve/injured by the Broncos Saturday (Oct. 6). He is eligible to be designated for return and begin practicing after missing at least six weeks and can play after eight weeks.
|Oct 6 2018 - Colby Wadman|
P Colby Wadman, who was signed to Denver's practice squad on Sept. 25, will be promoted to the active roster and start against the Jets, the Denver Post reported. "Very high confidence (in Wadman)," Broncos special teams coordinator Tom McMahon told the Post after practice Friday. "He does a great job hanging the ball up, (is a) good directional punter and I like his mindset."
|Oct 6 2018 - Marquette King|
P Marquette King was placed on injured reserve Saturday, the Denver Post reported. The move came one day after King had been listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the New York Jets because of a right thigh injury. The injury to King apparently occurred during Monday night's game against the Kansas City Chiefs, one week after head coach Vance Joseph called him out for a poor performance.
|Oct 5 2018 - Marquette King|
P Marquette King of the Broncos is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the New York Jets because of a right thigh injury and there is speculation his time with the team might be running short.
The injury apparently occurred during Monday night's game against the Kansas City Chiefs, one week after head coach Vance Joseph called King out for a poor performance. Joseph said he didn't believe King's injury affected his punting and the Broncos added Colby Wadman to the practice squad last week. "We've got Wadman in the building," Joseph told reporters on Friday. "Obviously, we've got to make a roster move to get him up, so I'll get with (general manager) John (Elway) and we'll figure it out. He's the next option and I'm very comfortable with him if he has to go." If King cannot play on Sunday, the question would be whether he would be inactive, released, or placed on injured reserve.
|Oct 4 2018 - Jared Veldheer|
RT Jared Veldheer missed practice time this week because of a knee injury suffered in Monday night's loss to Kansas City and he remains iffy for the Jets game. Tackle Billy Turner saw action against the Chiefs in Veldheer's place and he's expected to start if Veldheer is unable to go this week.
|Oct 3 2018 - Temarrick Hemingway|
TE Temarrick Hemingway was signed by the Broncos to the practice squad Tuesday (Oct. 2). He had been released by the Rams from the practice squad Sept. 18.
|Oct 3 2018 - Jeremy McNichols|
RB Jeremy McNichols was placed on waivers by the Colts Tuesday (Oct. 2). McNichols, 5-9, 205 pounds, was signed to the Colts practice squad at the start of the season and was elevated to the active roster on September 28. He participated in the team's Week 4 overtime loss against Houston and finished with two carries for four yards. McNichols has competed in three career games between the Colts and San Francisco 49ers.
|Oct 1 2018 - Courtland Sutton|
WR Courtland Sutton had a 42-yard reception in the second quarter, the second-longest reception of the season for the Broncos.
|Oct 1 2018 - Jared Veldheer|
RT Jared Veldheer left the game in the second quarter with a knee injury and did not return.
|Sep 30 2018 - Jake Butt|
TE Jake Butt was placed on reserve/injured by the Broncos Saturday (Sept. 29). While he is eligible to be designated for return and begin practicing after missing at least six weeks and can play after eight weeks, Butt is expected to miss the rest of the season because of a torn ACL.
|Sep 30 2018 - Brian Parker|
TE Brian Parker was signed by the Broncos from their practice squad Saturday (Sept. 29). Parker (6-4, 265 pounds) is a third-year tight end from the University of Albany who appeared in nine regular-season games and two postseason contests with Kansas City as a rookie in 2015. He spent two days on the New York Jets' active roster in 2016 in addition to competing on Denver's practice squad (2017-18). Parker, who entered the NFL as a college free agent with San Diego on May 2, 2015, made three catches for 45 yards (15.0 avg.) in three preseason contests with Denver in 2018.
|Sep 29 2018 - Brian Parker|
TE Brian Parker was elevated from the practice squad to the 53-man active roster on Saturday.
|Sep 29 2018 - Jake Butt|
TE Jake Butt was placed on injured reserve Saturday. Butt suffered a torn ACL in his left knee during Thursday's practice and is expected to miss the remainder of the 2018 season.
|Sep 29 2018 - Jeremy McNichols|
RB Jeremy McNichols was signed by the Colts from their practice squad Friday (Sept. 28). McNichols, 5-9, 205 pounds, has had two stints on the Indianapolis practice squad this season. He was originally signed to the team's practice squad on September 3. McNichols participated in the San Francisco 49ers' 2018 offseason program and training camp before being waived during final cuts on September 1. As a rookie in 2017, he spent time on the 49ers' active roster and practice squad. McNichols saw action in two games and tallied one special teams tackle. He was originally selected by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the fifth round (162nd overall) of the 2017 NFL Draft.
|Sep 27 2018 - Colby Wadman|
P Colby Wadman was signed by the Broncos to their practice squad Wednesday (Sept. 26). He had been waived by the Raiders May 11.
|Sep 27 2018 - Jake Butt|
TE Jake Butt suffered a torn ACL in his left knee during Thursday's practice and is expected to miss the remainder of the 2018 season.
Said Broncos head coach Vance Joseph, "Jake has worked his tail off to recover from his previous injuries, and we feel terrible for him. He's a great kid who's developed into a very good football player. We have no doubt Jake will come back stronger than ever."
Butt (6-6, 250 pounds) is a second-year player who started Denver's first three games in 2018 and ranked third on the team with eight catches for 85 yards (10.6 average). Selected by the Broncos in the fifth round (145th overall) of the 2017 NFL Draft, Butt spent his rookie season on injured reserve after recovering from a torn ACL in his right knee suffered during his final collegiate game at the University of Michigan.