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 Latest Broncos Player Notes
Jun 14 2017 - Chris Lewis-Harris
  CB Chris Lewis-Harris was signed by the Denver Broncos on Wednesday. Lewis-Harris, 28, is a sixth-year player who appeared in 33 regular-season games and three postseason contests with the Cincinnati Bengals (2012-16) and Baltimore Ravens (2016). He also spent time on Cincinnati's practice squad (2012-13, 2015). Signed by the Bengals as a college free agent in 2012 out of Tennessee at Chattanooga, the 5-foot-10, 185-pound Lewis-Harris owns career totals of 10 tackles, one interception, two passes defensed and four special teams stops.

May 30 2017 - Ty Sambrailo
  OT Ty Sambrailo worked on the first team as left tackle Tuesday. Donald Stephenson handled that work during the previous open OTA a week earlier. Broncos coach Vance Joseph said he plans to divide the first-team repetitions at left tackle 50-50 between Sambrailo and Stephenson during OTAs.

May 30 2017 - Donald Stephenson
  OT Donald Stephenson saw second-team work at right tackle as he and Ty Sambrailo flip-flopped roles Tuesday. Stephenson and Sambrailo are among the players competing for left tackle, but they are also battling to provide depth at right tackle behind expected starter Menelik Watson.

May 30 2017 - Billy Turner
  G Billy Turner suffered a sprained ankle during practice last week and was not on the field Tuesday. Turner is expected back before the end of OTAs.

May 30 2017 - Demaryius Thomas
  WR Demaryius Thomas was not at practice Tuesday to attend to a personal matter. He is expected back later this week.

May 30 2017 - Shaquil Barrett
  OLB Shaquil Barrett could be out into training camp and the preseason after suffering a hip injury last week. Barrett is expected to be the No. 1 backup behind Von Miller and Shane Ray.

May 13 2017 - Connor McGovern
  OL Connor McGovern should assume a more expansive role as a swing backup in his second season. The versatile McGovern, who can play all five positions but was inactive for his entire rookie campaign, saw some work at center during veteran minicamp in late April.

May 13 2017 - Matt Paradis
  C Matt Paradis continues to be on track for a return to health in time for training camp. Paradis had surgeries on both hips early in the offseason after playing through pain throughout the 2016 season.

May 13 2017 - Jake Butt
  TE Jake Butt's maturity and attention to detail has already impressed Broncos coach Vance Joseph, who said that the fifth-round pick was sitting in the front row at every meeting, taking notes.

May 13 2017 - Garett Bolles
  LT Garett Bolles signed his rookie deal this week, which includes a $6- million signing bonus. Bolles said he doesn't plan to splurge with his newfound wealth, instead wanting to save it and make sure that his "kids' kids" were set up.

May 10 2017 - DeAngelo Henderson
  RB De'Angelo Henderson reached an agreement with the Denver Broncos on Wednesday. The 5-7, 208-pound speedster out of Coastal Carolina, was drafted at No. 203 and is slated to earn $2.55 million over four years, with a $501,288 salary cap hit for 2017, the Denver Post reported.

May 10 2017 - Chad Kelly
  QB Chad Kelly, who was dubbed "Mr. Irrelevant" as the 253rd and final pick of the 2017 NFL Draft, agreed to terms on a four-year rookie deal Wednesday. The former Ole Miss quarterback is due about $2.5 million over four years and has an estimated cap hit of $481,067 this year, the Denver Post reported Wednesday.

May 2 2017 - Jamaal Charles
  RB Jamaal Charles, who has been hampered by knee injuries in recent years, agreed to a one-year contract with the Denver Broncos, the team announced Tuesday. The deal is worth up to $3.75 million, according to the NFL Network. Charles was released by the Kansas City Chiefs in February after spending nine seasons with that club and becoming the Chiefs' career rushing leader. He is a four-time Pro Bowl selection with impressive statistics, but he is 30 years old and played only eight games in the past two seasons combined because of injuries. Charles has rushed for 7,260 yards, and his career yards-per-carry average of 5.5 ranks first among NFL running backs all-time.

Apr 18 2017 - Aqib Talib
  CB Aqib Talib won't be disciplined by the NFL for last June's incident in which he shot himself in his right leg in Dallas. Talib was informed by the NFL on Monday that he wouldn't be suspended or fined, according to a report by USA Today. The NFL determined that Talib's behavior was detrimental to the league and issued a warming to the four-time Pro Bowler. Talib wasn't charged with a crime in the incident.

Mar 13 2017 - DeMarcus Ware
  LB DeMarcus Ware announced his retirement after 12 NFL seasons. The 34-year-old linebacker posted a letter on Twitter addressed to his former teammates, coaches and fans preceded by the caption "It's time." Ware spent his first nine seasons with the Dallas Cowboys and the last four with the Denver Broncos. The nine-time Pro Bowler and four-time first-team All-Pro ranks eighth on the NFL's all-time sacks list with 138 1/2.

Mar 12 2017 - Donald Stephenson
  OT Donald Stephenson will stay with the Broncos after Denver restructured his contract. Stephenson's 2017 contract included a $4 million injury-only guarantee on Monday, but instead he will get $2 million fully guaranteed now and the other $2 million if he makes the final 53-man roster, Mike Klis of KUSA reported Sunday.

Mar 10 2017 - Ronald Leary
  G Ronald Leary agreed to terms on a four-year, $35 million deal with the Broncos on Thursday. Leary, 27, was a starter for the Cowboys last season only after La'el Collins went down with a foot injury. The Cowboys landed Collins in 2015, and he broke into the starting lineup as a rookie. Leary, who started at least six games in each of the past four seasons, will not be looking over his shoulder in Denver. His deal reportedly includes $20 million guaranteed, more than the Jets gave Brian Winters ($15M guaranteed) in January.

Mar 10 2017 - Jamaal Charles
  RB Jamaal Charles will visit the Seahawks amidst mutual interest between the 29-year-old and Seattle. But his last healthy season was in 2014, and a history of knee injuries could drive down his price. Charles was placed on injured reserve Nov. 1 with a meniscus tear in his right knee and was released by the Kansas City Chiefs as the NFL world converged on Indianapolis for the start of the Scouting Combine.

Feb 28 2017 - Jamaal Charles
  RB Jamaal Charles was released by the Chiefs on Tuesday after missing most of the 2016 season recovering from an ACL tear. Charles, 30, missed all but three games after tearing the ACL in his right knee in 2015. He underwent surgery on both knees in November. The four-time Pro Bowler rushed for 7,260 yards and 43 touchdowns in 103 games with the Chiefs.

Jan 16 2017 - Ronald Leary
  G Ron Leary was disappointed with the sudden end to the season, but he can't deny it proved to a fruitful and potentially profitable year for him. After spending much of the offseason clamoring for a trade because he was mired on the bench behind La'el Collins in what was the final season of his contract, Leary took advantage of a Collins injury to start 12 games and put himself in position to cash in big in free agency. Leary started at left guard in 2013 and 2014 before before replaced by Collins last season. Collins started the first four games in 2016 before suffering a toe injury, opening the door for Leary to show the Cowboys as well as teams across the league that he can still play.

Jan 10 2017 - Jamaal Charles
  RB Jamaal Charles wrote on his personal website that he is uncertain about his future after undergoing knee surgery in November. "I honestly don't know what the future holds for me," the 30-year-old said after being placed on injured reserve Nov. 1 with a meniscus tear in his right knee. The surgery was performed by Dr. James Andrews, who also cleaned out Charles' left knee. Both procedures were minor. Charles is owed $7 million in salary and bonuses next season and will "almost certainly" be asked to take a pay cut, NFL.com reports.

Jan 3 2017 - Trevor Siemian
  QB Trevor Siemian will undergo surgery on his left shoulder later this week. The procedure on his non-throwing shoulder should have him healthy prior to offseason workouts commencing in April. Siemian suffered the injury in early October and missed a Oct. 9 start against the Atlanta Falcons due to the ailment.

Jan 3 2017 - Demaryius Thomas
  WR Demaryius Thomas finished with his fifth consecutive 1,000-yard season, but his 1,083 yards on 90 receptions represented his lowest single-season tally since 2011, when he missed five games because of a finger injury. Thomas injured his finger again Sunday, but was fine after the game.

Jan 3 2017 - Paxton Lynch
  QB Paxton Lynch did not see any snaps Sunday, despite Gary Kubiak's plan to give him at least part of the workload. Lynch finished the season with a 79.3 rating on 49-of-83 passing for 497 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. He was also sacked once every 10.2 times he dropped back to pass.

Jan 3 2017 - Matt Paradis
  C Matt Paradis faces a months-long recovery following two hip surgeries that will likely sideline him through OTAs.

Jan 3 2017 - Derek Wolfe
  DE Derek Wolfe missed Sunday's game with a neck injury that he suffered against Kansas City. Wolfe incurred two separate neck injuries in consecutive games against the Patriots and Chiefs.

Jan 3 2017 - Zaire Anderson
  ILB Zaire Anderson left Sunday's game with a neck injury that left him without feeling in his arms and legs when he was treated on the field. He regained feeling while on his way to the hospital. He said the MRIs revealed no further damage.

Jan 3 2017 - Emmanuel Sanders
  WR Emmanuel Sanders suffered a sprained foot early in Sunday's game, but said the injury wasn't serious and felt that he could have played on it if the game had playoff implications.

Jan 2 2017 - Zaire Anderson
  LB Zaire Anderson suffered a frightening injury during a third quarter punt. As players from both teams looked on, medical personnel strapped Anderson to a stretcher, immobilizing his head before lifting him onto a cart and driving him to the locker room for further treatment Coach Gary Kubiak said after the game that Anderson was expected to be OK.

Jan 2 2017 - Emmanuel Sanders
  WR Emmanuel Sanders left Sunday's game against the Raiders in the first quarter with a foot injury. He did not return.

Dec 29 2016 - Kayvon Webster
  CB Kayvon Webster (concussion) was placed on injured reserve by the Denver Broncos.

Dec 29 2016 - DeMarcus Ware
  OLB DeMarcus Ware has a ruptured disc in his back and will undergo surgery on Friday, Broncos coach Gary Kubiak said Thursday. Ware was also officially placed on the injured reserve list. The news that Ware, a nine-time Pro Bowl selection, requires back surgery suggests his time with the Broncos may be over, since he becomes a free agent in the offseason. Ware turns 35 years old on July 31, and his future as an NFL player is also in question now.

Dec 29 2016 - Brandon Marshall
  ILB Brandon Marshall did some light work Wednesday, but appears likely to miss a fourth consecutive game because of a hamstring injury.

Dec 29 2016 - Billy Turner
  OL Billy Turner is expected to see more work this week after playing 25 snaps at right guard the last two games.

Dec 29 2016 - Kyle Peko
  NT Kyle Peko returned to the 53-man roster Wednesday after spending most of the season on the practice squad.

Dec 29 2016 - Derek Wolfe
  DE Derek Wolfe did not practice Thursday because of a second neck injury in as many weeks. Wolfe played just 14 snaps against the Chiefs.

Dec 29 2016 - A.J. Derby
  TE A.J. Derby remains in the post-concussion protocol. He missed last Sunday's game after being injured against the Patriots on Dec. 18.

Dec 29 2016 - Virgil Green
  TE Virgil Green was back at practice Wednesday after missing the Chiefs game with a concussion, and should be in line to return this week.

Dec 29 2016 - Kayvon Webster
  CB Kayvon Webster was placed on injured reserve after suffering a concussion against the Chiefs last Sunday. The game could be Webster's last as a Bronco; he is an unrestricted free agent and could look for a team where he can get more playing time.

Dec 28 2016 - DeMarcus Ware
  LB DeMarcus Ware of the Denver Broncos was placed on the Injured Reserve list on Wednesday because of a back injury. Ware missed five games because of a broken forearm earlier this season and finished the campaign with 15 tackles, including four sacks, in 10 games.

Dec 26 2016 - T.J. Ward
  S T.J. Ward is still in the post-concussion protocol and did not play against the Chiefs. Justin Simmons started in his place.

Dec 26 2016 - Derek Wolfe
  S T.J. Ward is still in the post-concussion protocol and did not play against the Chiefs. Justin Simmons started in his place.

Dec 26 2016 - Derek Wolfe
  DE Derek Wolfe suffered a second neck injury in as many games Sunday. The injury was to a different part of his neck than the previous one, Broncos coach Gary Kubiak said.

Dec 26 2016 - A.J. Derby
  TE A.J. Derby is in the post-concussion protocol following the loss to New England and did not practice at all last week. With Derby and fellow TE Virgil Green inactive, Henry Krieger-Coble was promoted off the practice squad.

Dec 26 2016 - Sylvester Williams
  DT Sylvester Williams was helped off the field with 3:57 to play with what appeared to be a lower left leg injury. There was no immediate word on his chances of returning to the game.

Dec 26 2016 - Derek Wolfe
  DE Derek Wolfe entered Sunday's game with a neck injury, and midway through the second quarter, he was ruled questionable to return because of the same injury. He was credited with two tackles before leaving the action. He did not return.

Dec 26 2016 - Kayvon Webster
  CB Kayvon Webster went down on kickoff coverage with a neck/head injury. After five minutes on the field, he was able to stand but was taken off on a motorized cart. He did not return.

Dec 26 2016 - Trevor Siemian
  QB Trevor Siemian was 17 of 43 for 183 yards and a game-ending interception against the Chiefs Sunday.

Dec 23 2016 - Brandon Marshall
  LB Brandon Marshall (hamstring) will not play Sunday vs. Chiefs.

Dec 23 2016 - Virgil Green
  TE Virgil Green (concussion) is ruled out for Sunday vs. Chiefs.

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