Broncos vs. Packers: Week 8 Inactive List


Nov 1, 2015; Denver, CO, USA; General view of the statue Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen before the game against the Green Bay Packers at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

The Denver Broncos and Green Bay Packers will end Sunday night with a huge undefeated showdown. Only one team will come out of this game undefeated, unless there is a tie. (Anything can happen)

The only player that was not at practice this week was Shane Ray, who is recovering from his MCL injury that he suffered during the Week 6 victory in Cleveland. Everyone else was at least limited in practice this week.

Without further ado, here is the inactive list for tonight’s marque showdown with the Packers tonight.

CB Lorenzo Doss

LB Shane Ray

OT Ty Sambrailo

WR Jordan Norwood

QB Trevor Siemian

NT Darius Kilgo

OG Shelley Smith

Ty Sambrailo still is not at full strength due to the injury he suffered in Detroit back in Week 3. There is already news flying around that even if Sambrailo returns, he will not be returning to the starting lineup due to the success of the current lineup with Michael Schofield in there.

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Jordan Norwood suffered a hamstring injury in practice on Friday. That is the reason behind his inactive status. This will give players like Cody Latimer and Bennie Fowler a shot at the slot receiver role in tonight’s game.

Perhaps the biggest part of this inactive list is that Emmanuel Sanders and Demarcus Ware are active for tonight’s game.

Sanders used the bye week to recover from a shoulder injury that knocked him out of overtime in the win against the Browns and Ware returns from a one game absence from back spasms.

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Lorenzo Doss, Trevor Siemian, and Shelley Smith continue to be healthy scratches for the Denver Broncos. Darius Kligo is once again inactive as it seems like Kenny Anunike will take his spot in the lineup.

For the most part, the Broncos enter this game healthy, which is a good thing. They will need all hands on deck for this huge game against the Packers. Go Broncos!