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 Latest Broncos Player Notes
Jan 3 2018 - Trevor Siemian
  QB Trevor Siemian will travel a familiar road by undergoing surgery on his left shoulder for the second straight year. Siemian is expected to have surgery on Wednesday on the heels of dislocating his shoulder following a sack by linebacker Barkevious Mingo in Denver's 25-13 win over the Indianapolis Colts on Dec. 14. He was placed on season-ending injured reserve the following day.


Jan 1 2018 - Darian Stewart
  S Darian Stewart intercepted a Patrick Mahomes pass Sunday and finished the season with three interceptions, giving him the team lead for the second consecutive year. He shared that honor with Aqib Talib last season, but held it for himself in 2017.


Jan 1 2018 - Emmanuel Sanders
  WR Emmanuel Sanders sat out the season finale because of a high-ankle sprain that had been bothering him since he suffered it in Week 6. Sanders finished the season with his lowest catch, yardage and touchdown totals since 2012.


Jan 1 2018 - Trevor Siemian
  QB Trevor Siemian met the media Monday morning with his left arm in a sling. Siemian suffered a season-ending injury against the Colts in Week 14. He said he was unsure whether he would need surgery at some point.


Jan 1 2018 - De'Angelo Henderson
  RB De'Angelo Henderson posted the first regular-season touchdown of his career, scoring on a 29-yard pass from Paxton Lynch in the second quarter.


Jan 1 2018 - Jordan Taylor
  WR Jordan Taylor finished the season with 142 yards on 13 catches after posting career highs in receptions (six) and yards (65) in extensive playing time in the season finale.


Jan 1 2018 - Demaryius Thomas
  WR Demaryius Thomas' quest for his sixth consecutive 1,000-yard season ended 51 yards shy of the milestone. Thomas' last catch of the year -- and also the Broncos' last offensive play of the season -- was a 6-yard touchdown grab from Paxton Lynch in the fourth quarter Sunday.


Jan 1 2018 - Jamaal Charles
  RB Jamaal Charles, a former Chief who complained last week about his limited role, was among Denver's inactive players.


Jan 1 2018 - Paxton Lynch
  QB Paxton Lynch, who came back from an ankle injury to make his second start of the season, completed 21 of 31 passes for 254 yards with two touchdowns, two interceptions and a fumble. The Chiefs scored 10 points off the turnovers.


Jan 1 2018 - C.J. Anderson
  RB C.J. Anderson's durability and consistency stood out amid the Broncos' disappointing season. Anderson gained 61 yards on 18 carries to finish the season with 1,007 yards rushing. It was the first time in his career he had reached the milestone and it marked the first time since 2013, when Knowshon Moreno did it, that a Broncos running back had surpassed the 1,000-yard rushing mark. "It feels good to know when you rush for 1,000 in this league you are somewhere in the top 10," said Anderson, who entered the league as an undrafted free agent out of Cal. "It feels good to put in the productivity that I know I can put in, if I am healthy. This is something to build on, but definitely not to be satisfied with."


Dec 28 2017 - Cody Latimer
  WR Cody Latimer did not practice Wednesday because of a thigh injury. The injury kept him out of last week's game against the Redskins.


Dec 28 2017 - Emmanuel Sanders
  WR Emmanuel Sanders was held out of Wednesday's practice because of a high-ankle sprain that has bothered him since October. Sanders played eight consecutive games with the injury before not making the trip to Washington last week.


Dec 28 2017 - Zach Kerr
  DE Zach Kerr did not practice Wednesday because of an ankle injury. Broncos head coach Vance Joseph said Tuesday that he hopes to have Kerr back by the end of the week.


Dec 28 2017 - Demaryius Thomas
  WR Demaryius Thomas needs 108 yards Sunday to post his sixth consecutive 1,000-yard receiving season.


Dec 27 2017 - C.J. Anderson
  RB C.J. Anderson is just 54 yards away from the first 1,000-yard campaign in his five-season career, and the biggest reason why he's close to that milestone is good health. He battled an ankle injury in 2015 and missed nine games in 2016 because of a torn meniscus. This year, he incorporated distance cycling into his training at the encouragement of running backs coach Eric Studesville, and the results paid off. Anderson said he felt a difference, particularly late in his 30-carry performance at Indianapolis in Week 15. Anderson ran for 88 yards and a touchdown last week in Washington.


Dec 27 2017 - Jamaal Charles
  RB Jamaal Charles wants out of the Rocky Mountains. Charles told reporters that he would like the Broncos to release him so he could have a chance to latch on with a playoff team. "I ain't playing. Might as well," Charles told The Denver Post. "No reason for me to just sit around and look at people play."


Dec 26 2017 - Brock Osweiler
  QB Brock Osweiler was sacked four times and hit on five others on 42 dropbacks.


Dec 26 2017 - Jamaal Charles
  RB Jamaal Charles was inactive against the Redskins, but Broncos head coach Vance Joseph said Tuesday there "has not been" any thought to releasing him so he could catch on somewhere else. An hour later, Joseph said the Broncos "might as well" release him if they aren't going to play him. Charles has carried the football just seven times in the last six games.


Dec 26 2017 - Zach Kerr
  DE Zach Kerr is expected to return to practice at the end of the week after suffering a sprained ankle against the Redskins.


Dec 26 2017 - C.J. Anderson
  RB C.J. Anderson is just 54 yards away from the first 1,000-yard season of his career. Anderson ran for 88 yards in Sunday's loss at Washington.


Dec 26 2017 - Cody Latimer
  WR Cody Latimer was held out of Sunday's game because of a thigh injury. Latimer, who is the Broncos' No. 3 receiver, caught a touchdown pass and a two-point conversion a week earlier.


Dec 26 2017 - Emmanuel Sanders
  WR Emmanuel Sanders was left back in Denver because of a high-ankle sprain that has been bothering him since October. Sanders played seven games through it before sitting out last Sunday.


Dec 26 2017 - Brandon Marshall
  ILB Brandon Marshall told KUSA-Ch. 9 after the game that he has been playing much of the season through a rotator-cuff injury. Marshall finished Sunday's game with nine tackles and has now posted three 100-tackle seasons in the last four years.


Dec 26 2017 - Paxton Lynch
  QB Paxton Lynch will start Sunday against Kansas City if his ankle holds up in practice, coach VanceJoseph said Tuesday. "We want to see him play," Joseph said. "Obviously, that's been the goal the last couple weeks. That hadn't happened. We want to see him play with live bullets in a football game."


Dec 26 2017 - Paxton Lynch
  QB Paxton Lynch will get the start for the Denver Broncos in their season finale against the Kansas City Chiefs, coach Vance Joseph said on Tuesday. Lynch was unable to play in Sunday's 27-11 loss to the Washington Redskins due to an ankle injury. The former first-round pick, however, was deemed healthy enough to get the nod as the team takes an eye to the future.


Dec 24 2017 - Brock Osweiler
  QB Brock Osweiler, after an effective relief appearance last week, struggled in the loss Sunday at Washington. He completed 22 of 38 passes for 193 yards, with an interception and a lost fumble. After the game, coach Vance Joseph said Paxton Lynch will play next week if he is healthy.


Dec 24 2017 - C.J. Anderson
  RB C.J. Anderson needs 54 yards next week for a 1,000-yard season.


Dec 20 2017 - Michael Hunter
  CB Michael Hunter was promoted from the practice squad to the 53-man roster this week. Broncos head coach Vance Joseph said that other teams were pursuing Hunter, leading the Broncos to move him onto their active roster.


Dec 20 2017 - Shane Ray
  OLB Shane Ray was placed on injured reserve after undergoing surgery to remove screws from his left wrist. Ray has been dealing with wrist issues since tearing ligaments in it on the first day of training camp.


Dec 20 2017 - Von Miller
  OLB Von Miller will start for the AFC in the Pro Bowl. It will be Miller's sixth Pro Bowl selection in his seven-season career. Miller has made the Pro Bowl and finished with double-digit sacks in every season in which he has played at least 10 games.


Dec 20 2017 - Aqib Talib
  CB Aqib Talib was named to his fifth consecutive Pro Bowl on Tuesday -- and his fourth as a member of the Broncos. Talib is the first Bronco to make the Pro Bowl in his first four seasons with the team since John Lynch and Champ Bailey did so from 2004-07.


Dec 19 2017 - Shane Ray
  OLB Shane Ray had surgery Friday to have screws removed from previous wrist surgery that had him on injured reserve to begin the season. On Twitter, Ray wrote, "Life comes at you sometimes and you have to make the best of things. After my 3rd wrist surgery it's time that I get healthy so that I can be the best I can be. As always I appreciate the love and support and I'm looking forward to what we will be as a team next season!" The Broncos officially placed Ray on reserve/injured Tuesday.


Dec 15 2017 - Dymonte Thomas
  S Dymonte Thomas played 14 snaps in his regular-season debut. Thomas was promoted from the practice squad to the 53-man roster in the wake of Justin Simmons' season-ending high-ankle sprain.


Dec 15 2017 - Jamal Carter
  S Jamal Carter played 17 snaps Thursday, just four days after suffering a shoulder bruise in the Week 14 win over the Jets.


Dec 15 2017 - Paxton Lynch
  QB Paxton Lynch missed a third consecutive game Thursday because of a high-ankle sprain suffered against the Raiders on Nov. 26. With Trevor Siemian out because of a shoulder injury, Lynch is in line to return to the game-day active roster against Washington next week and could be an option to start if he has recovered from his injury.


Dec 15 2017 - Domata Peko
  NT Domata Peko returned to the lineup Thursday after missing two games because of a sprained MCL suffered late in the Broncos' Week 12 loss at Oakland.


Dec 15 2017 - Jeff Heuerman
  TE Jeff Heuerman's 54-yard touchdown catch-and-run in the third quarter Thursday was the longest play of his career.


Dec 15 2017 - Cody Latimer
  WR Cody Latimer caught a third-quarter touchdown pass for the third touchdown of his career. Two of them were thrown by Brock Osweiler. Latimer finished the game with 60 yards on three receptions.


Dec 15 2017 - C.J. Anderson
  RB C.J. Anderson had more carries (30) and rushing yards (158) Thursday than in any game since Nov. 30, 2014. Anderson is now 142 yards away from the first 1,000-yard rushing season of his career and needs to average 71.0 yards per game to reach that standard; he is currently on pace for 981 yards.


Dec 15 2017 - Emmanuel Sanders
  WR Emmanuel Sanders is day-to-day after suffering a right ankle bruise that sidelined him late in Thursday's game.


Dec 15 2017 - Trevor Siemian
  QB Trevor Siemian suffered a left shoulder injury late in the first quarter after he hit the turf awkwardly when he was sacked by Indianapolis' Barkevious Mingo. He did not return, and his season is over after he was placed on injured reserve.


Dec 15 2017 - Trevor Siemian
  QB Trevor Siemian will miss the rest of the season with a dislocated left shoulder, Broncos coach Vance Joseph told reporters Friday. Siemian was placed on season-ending injured reserve. Joseph said he will not require surgery and the plan is for rest and rehabilitation. Siemian was injured during Thursday night's 25-13 victory over the Indianapolis Colts. He passed for 2,285 yards and 12 touchdowns this season while being intercepted 14 times.


Dec 15 2017 - C.J. Anderson
  RB C.J. Anderson ran for a season-high 158 yards on 30 carries. "If we're in the right kind of game and we can get him his touches, he can help us pound people," coach Vance Joseph said. "It was fun to see him get going. He's a volume back. He needs multiple carries to keep going."


Dec 15 2017 - Justin Simmons
  SS Justin Simmons was placed on injured reserve. Simmons was injured while celebrating Brandon Marshall's strip-sack of Jets QB Josh McCown in Sunday's 23-0 shutout by Denver. Will Parks started in Simmons' place.


Dec 15 2017 - Trevor Siemian
  QB Trevor Siemian was injured on a sack by LB Barkevious Mingo and was forced to leave the game in the first quarter. Siemian left with what Broncos coach Vance Joseph called a left shoulder sprain. Joseph didn't know the extent Siemian's left should sprain and wouldn't commit to starting Brock Osweiler a week from Sunday against the Redskins. Siemian was 5 of 9 for 67 yards and an interception. Osweiler completed 12 of 17 for 194 yards and two touchdowns. He also ran for an 18-yard TD. "It's not up to me to decide but certainly I would love to be the starter of this football team," Osweiler said. "I take great pride in coming to work every day and trying to be a great teammate for these guys and being a Denver Bronco."


Dec 15 2017 - Emmanuel Sanders
  WR Emmanuel Sanders had seven catches for 68 yards for Denver but left the game in the third quarter with a right ankle injury.


Dec 15 2017 - Brock Osweiler
  QB Brock Osweiler threw for two touchdowns and ran for another to lead the Denver Broncos to a 25-13 victory over the Indianapolis Colts. Osweiler came into the game after starter Trevor Siemian left with what Broncos coach Vance Joseph called a left shoulder sprain after a sack in the first quarter. "He played well," Joseph said of Osweiler. "He played with great poise. He played clean, smart football to get the win." Osweiler completed 12 of 17 passes for 194 yards and the two TDs. He also ran for an 18-yard TD. Osweiler said the play of C.J. Anderson and the offensive line opened things up for the passing game. "Any time you can run the football with that kind of success, you are going to get man-to-man coverage outside," Osweiler said. "DT (Demaryius Thomas), Emmanuel (Sanders) and Cody (Latimer) can all take advantage of one-on-one coverage." Osweiler credited offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave for calling the plays. "There were no nerves but it takes about a series to warm up," Osweiler said. "The quarterbacks have all studied hard. You don't know who is going to be playing week to week." Joseph didn't know the extent of Siemian's left should sprain and wouldn't commit to Brock Osweiler a week from Sunday against the Redskins. "It's not up to me to decide but certainly I would love to be the starter of this football team," Osweiler said. "I take great pride in coming to work every day and trying to be a great teammate for these guys and being a Denver Bronco."


Dec 13 2017 - Connor McGovern
  OL Connor McGovern has started the last two games and is expected to remain in the lineup for the rest of the season


Dec 13 2017 - Jamal Carter
  S Jamal Carter suffered a shoulder bruise against the Colts on Sunday. He is expected to play against the Colts.


Dec 13 2017 - Matt LaCosse
  TE Matt LaCosse was signed off the Giants' practice squad Tuesday. LaCosse gives the Broncos an extra option at a position at which they have struggled throughout the year.



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