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 Latest Broncos Player Notes
Sep 21 2017 - Bradley Roby
  CB Bradley Roby returned to practice Thursday after sitting out Wednesday's session because of an ankle injury. Roby is expected to play against the Bills.


Sep 21 2017 - Garett Bolles
  LT Garett Bolles practiced Thursday, four days after being carted off the field with a lower-leg contusion. Broncos coach Vance Joseph said that Bolles saw some work, but his status for Sunday remains up in the air.


Sep 18 2017 - Trevor Siemian
  QB Trevor Siemian ranks sixth in the league going into Monday night with a 106.9 passer rating. Siemian has 450 yards on 39-of-60 passing with six touchdowns and two interceptions.


Sep 18 2017 - C.J. Anderson
  RB C.J. Anderson ranks second in the NFL with 199 rushing yards heading into Monday night's game. He is the first Broncos running back to rush for at least 180 yards in the first two weeks of the season since Travis Henry in 2007.


Sep 18 2017 - Jared Crick
  DE Jared Crick was placed on injured reserve last Friday after undergoing disk surgery. Crick had been sidelined since Aug. 14 because of back spasms, practicing occasionally in the weeks that followed. A potential return later this season has not been ruled out.


Sep 18 2017 - Zach Kerr
  DE Zach Kerr did not play against the Cowboys as he continues to recover from a knee bruise suffered Aug. 26 against the Packers. With Kerr out, Kyle Peko was activated.


Sep 18 2017 - Devontae Booker
  RB Devontae Booker's status remains up in the air as he completes his recovery from a fractured wrist suffered in March. Booker "has to get in football shape" before he returns, Broncos head coach Vance Joseph said.


Sep 18 2017 - Von Miller
  OLB Von Miller finished Sunday's game with two sacks after going without a sack in five consecutive games dating to last year.


Sep 18 2017 - Garett Bolles
  LT Garett Bolles suffered a bone bruise in his leg and what was reported to be a high ankle sprain in the third quarter Sunday. He is expected to miss multiple weeks, but that forecast is far better than what was initially feared after he left Sunday's game on a cart.


Sep 18 2017 - Bennie Fowler
  WR Bennie Fowler will be in the league-mandated post-concussion protocol after his head hit the ground hard as he tried to make a reception in the end zone during the second quarter. Fowler tried to walk back to the Broncos' sideline, but collided with a Broncos official while in an apparent daze from the concussion.


Sep 18 2017 - Zach Kerr
  DE Zach Kerr missed a second consecutive game because of a bruised knee.


Sep 18 2017 - C.J. Anderson
  RB C.J. Anderson ran for 118 yards and a touchdown, and he had three receptions for 36 yards and a score, outperforming his Dallas counterpart, Ezekiel Elliott, who ran into a defensive buzz-saw and was limited to 8 yards rushing on nine carries.


Sep 18 2017 - Trevor Siemian
  QB Trevor Siemian shook off a pair of turnovers to throw for four touchdowns, and the Broncos dominated Dallas in a 42-17 victory on Sunday. "I thought he played tremendous," said Broncos running back C.J. Anderson, who was on the receiving end of one of the touchdown throws. "When we protect him, good things happen. He can be a real good weapon for us if we keep him on his feet." In his second season as Denver's starter, Siemian matched a career best with his four scoring passes in helping the Broncos beat the Cowboys for a sixth straight time. "I think we played well," Siemian said. "To beat the good teams in this league, you've got to play well together, everybody across the board. Again, it's Week 2, but we're excited about where we're at and hopefully we can keep continuing to grow." Siemian completed 22 of 32 for 231 yards and had touchdown passes of 10 and 6 yards to WR Emmanuel Sanders, along with a 16-yard scoring pass to Anderson and 2 yards to tight end Virgil Green.


Sep 18 2017 - Von Miller
  OLB Von Miller ended a five-game sackless streak by breaking through to sack Dak Prescott twice. Miller increased his career total to 75 1/2 sacks, moving into third place on the team's all-time list by eclipsing Barney Chavous (75) and Rulon Jones (73.5). "Sacks are good, you just can't be worried about that type of stuff," Miller said. "My focus has always been on being a dominant football player and being a dominant defensive player. Whatever opportunity that I have to be dominant, that's what I'm going to do."


Sep 18 2017 - Aqib Talib
  CB Aqib Talib's 103-yard interception return marked the 10th time in his career he returned an interception for a touchdown. He ranks third on the NFL's all-time list, behind Rod Woodson (12) and Darren Sharper and Charles Woodson, who each had 11. Talib has six interception returns for scores since joining the Broncos in 2014, the most in Denver's team history. He celebrated his latest by jumping into the end-zone seats. "I went all the way up in the stands to get me a hot dog," Talib said with a laugh.


Sep 18 2017 - Garett Bolles
  LT Garett Bolles suffered a lower left leg injury during the third quarter Sunday. Bolles, the Broncos' top draft pick, was grimacing in pain and had to be carted off the field after apparently having the leg rolled in traffic during a running play. He nevertheless gathered himself to blow a kiss to the crowd as he was driven off the field and into the locker room. The Broncos said after the game that X-rays were negative, but he is scheduled to undergo further tests on Monday to determine the severity of the injury.


Sep 18 2017 - Bennie Fowler
  WR Bennie Fowler left the game Sunday after landing on his head trying to make a diving catch near the goal line. Fowler got up after a hard landing but then took a few steps toward the sideline and fell to the ground in a heap. Tended on the field by team medical personnel, Fowler was assisted to the sideline and then walked to the locker room under his own power to be evaluated for a concussion. He did not return to the game.


Sep 15 2017 - Ahtyba Rubin
  DL Ahtyba Rubin signed with the Denver Broncos. Rubin is a 10th-year player who appeared in 132 regular-season games (107 starts) with the Seattle Seahawks (2015-16) and Cleveland (2008-14) after being selected by the Browns in the sixth round of the 2008 draft out of Iowa State. Rubin, 31, was among the Seahawks' final roster cuts earlier this month. The 6-2, 310-pound Rubin started at least 11 games in each of the last seven seasons and owns career totals of 413 tackles, 15 sacks, two interceptions, seven passes defensed, six forced fumbles and one fumble recovery.


Sep 15 2017 - Jared Crick
  DE Jared Crick of the Denver Broncos was placed on injured reserve Friday to undergo back surgery. The 28-year-old Crick missed the season opener after suffering a back injury during training camp. He was coming off his first season in Denver in which he compiled 53 tackles, three sacks and six passes defended. The 6-foot-4, 287-pound Crick was carted off the field at an Aug. 15 practice with what was then called back spasms. He only practiced one day last week and did not play in last Monday night's 24-21 win over the Los Angeles Chargers.


Sep 13 2017 - Shaquil Barrett
  OLB Shaquil Barrett played 54 of a possible 59 snaps Monday in his first game back after missing the preseason because of a hip injury. Barrett could get more rest Sunday as the Broncos monitor his workload closely. He had a sack in the season opener.


Sep 13 2017 - Paxton Lynch
  QB Paxton Lynch remains sidelined because of a right shoulder injury suffered Aug. 26. He has not practiced since then.


Sep 13 2017 - Jared Crick
  DE Jared Crick should play Sunday after missing Week 1 because of back spasms. He practiced Wednesday.


Sep 13 2017 - De'Angelo Henderson
  RB De'Angelo Henderson is expected to see some opportunities on offense Sunday as the Broncos work him into the rotation. Henderson played only on special teams in the season opener.


Sep 13 2017 - Shelby Harris
  DE Shelby Harris received one of the Broncos' game balls after his game-winning field-goal block preserved the 24-21 win Monday night. Harris also played extensively on defense with Zach Kerr and Jared Crick sidelined.


Sep 13 2017 - Devontae Booker
  RB Devontae Booker practiced Wednesday, marking his first work since he suffered a fractured forearm in OTAs. He will "probably" not play this week, Broncos head coach Vance Joseph said.


Sep 13 2017 - Zach Kerr
  DE Zach Kerr returned to practice Wednesday after missing Week 1 because of a bruised knee suffered against the Packers on Aug. 26. He is expected to play against the Cowboys.


Sep 12 2017 - Brandon McManus
  K Brandon McManus signed a three-year contract extension Monday that will keep him on the team through 2020. McManus is the most accurate kicker in Broncos history and has also ranked in the league's top 10 in kickoff touchback percentage for three consecutive years.


Sep 12 2017 - Bennie Fowler
  WR Bennie Fowler's two touchdowns Monday night matched his season total for last year.


Sep 12 2017 - Shaquil Barrett
  OLB Shaquil Barrett started and recorded a sack Monday, but Broncos head coach Vance Joseph said Barrett "probably played too many snaps" in his return from an offseason hip injury. Barrett would be relieved by Kasim Edebali in spots if the Broncos watch his repetitions carefully next weekend.


Sep 12 2017 - Brendan Langley
  CB Brendan Langley is being evaluated after suffering a knee injury in the second half Monday. Langley worked on special teams during the regular-season opener. He walked off the field under his own power after being injured.


Sep 12 2017 - Zach Kerr
  DE Zach Kerr could return to practice this week after missing the Chargers game because of a knee bruise. His status for the Cowboys game remains up in the air.


Sep 12 2017 - C.J. Anderson
  RB C.J. Anderson led the Broncos with 81 yards on 20 carries Monday night. Broncos head coach Vance Joseph said he wants Anderson to continue to be the "bell cow" among their running backs.


Sep 12 2017 - Darian Stewart
  S Darian Stewart did not play late in the fourth quarter because of a groin injury, but expects to play next Sunday against the Cowboys. Rookie Jamal Carter saw additional playing time while Stewart was sidelined.


Sep 12 2017 - Derek Wolfe
  DE Derek Wolfe played for the first time since suffering a sprained ankle Aug. 12, but said he felt winded after the game because he wasn't all the way back in terms of conditioning. Wolfe briefly left Monday's game because of a cramp, but returned one series later.


Sep 12 2017 - Paxton Lynch
  QB Paxton Lynch (shoulder sprain) did not play Monday.


Sep 12 2017 - Devontae Booker
  RB Devontae Booker (wrist fracture) did not play Monday.


Sep 12 2017 - Jared Crick
  DE Jared Crick (back spasms) did not play Monday. He was listed among the team's inactive players.


Sep 12 2017 - Zach Kerr
  DE Zach Kerr (knee bruise) did not play Monday. He was among the inactive players.


Sep 12 2017 - Trevor Siemian
  QB Trevor Siemian completed 17 of 28 passes for 219 yards, including scoring tosses of 5 and 6 yards to Bennie Fowler III in Denver's 24-21 victory over the Chargers on Monday. Siemian had a 1-yard touchdown run on an improvised bootleg. Siemian's TD run was the first rushing score by a Broncos quarterback since Brock Osweiler had a 7-yard scoring run against Pittsburgh on Dec. 20, 2015.


Sep 12 2017 - Shelby Harris
  DE Shelby Harris blocked Younghoe Koo's second 44-yard field-goal attempt in the final moments after the rookie kicker's successful first kick was waved off because of a last-second timeout, preserving the Denver Broncos' 24-21 victory over the Los Angeles Chargers on Monday night. "It feels great," Harris said. "I've actually blocked a couple of field goals in college. It's like, one, two, three, put your hand up. It's like a craft."


Sep 6 2017 - Brandon McManus
  K Brandon McManus was named the Broncos' special-teams captain on Wednesday. McManus earned the honor for the first time in his career.


Sep 6 2017 - Jamal Carter
  S Jamal Carter should play and have a role on special teams in the regular-season opener. Carter made the roster after going undrafted, and allowed the Broncos to have at least one undrafted player on their first 53-man roster of the season for the 13th time in the last 14 years.


Sep 6 2017 - Jared Crick
  DE Jared Crick practiced both Monday and Wednesday after sitting out three weeks because of back spasms that sidelined him beginning with the Aug. 14 training-camp practice. Crick is on track to play against the Chargers.


Sep 6 2017 - Derek Wolfe
  DE Derek Wolfe practiced Monday and Wednesday after missing three weeks because of a sprained ankle. Wolfe is expected to play against the Chargers on Monday night.


Sep 6 2017 - Zach Kerr
  DE Zach Kerr has not practiced since suffering a knee bruise against the Packers on Aug. 26. If Kerr cannot play, Kyle Peko is expected to handle the work as the backup nose tackle behind starter Domata Peko.


Sep 6 2017 - Demaryius Thomas
  WR Demaryius Thomas returned to practice Wednesday after missing last week's work because of a thigh injury. Thomas' absence last week was considered precautionary in nature by Broncos head coach Vance Joseph. He is expected to play against the Chargers. Thomas was also named as one of the Broncos' five team captains for the season.


Sep 6 2017 - Von Miller
  OLB Von Miller was named one of the Broncos' defensive captains. It is the first time in his seven-year career that Miller has earned a captain's patch.


Sep 6 2017 - Jonathan Williams
  RB Jonathan Williams became the 10th player on the Broncos' practice squad, joining the team in time for its practice Wednesday. A fifth-round draft pick of the Bills last year, Williams averaged 5.7 yards per carry at Arkansas before suffering a foot injury in 2015 that caused his draft status to tumble.


Sep 6 2017 - Shaquil Barrett
  OLB Shaquil Barrett expects to start against the Chargers on Monday after missing all of training camp and the preseason because of a hip injury. Barrett returned to the practice field Aug. 21, but did not play in either of the Broncos' last two preseason games as he was eased back into work. Broncos head coach Vance Joseph said Barrett would "absolutely" be ready for Monday night's game.


Sep 6 2017 - Trevor Siemian
  QB Trevor Siemian was voted as one of the Broncos' offensive captains Wednesday. This marks the second consecutive year that Siemian has been a captain. He was named a team captain at midseason last year.



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