The Denver Broncos and Tennessee Titans face off on Sunday afternoon. I take a look at the first injury report.
The Denver Broncos were able to secure an ugly 20-10 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars to move to 3-0 against teams from the AFC South.
Now, the final AFC South team on the schedule is next in Week 14. The Tennessee Titans are in a three-way tie for first place in their division.
I believe it goes without saying that this game is an important one for both teams.
Let us take a look at the first injury report for the Broncos and Titans.
Keep in mind, that Gary Kubiak noted that today was just a walk through. Meaning that these injury designations are a ball park estimate of where the players would have been if it was a full practice.
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By these estimations, the Broncos are relatively healthy for this game. The only players that would have missed practice is long snapper Casey Kreiter (calf) and inside linebacker Brandon Marshall. (hamstring)
Wide Receiver Bennie Fowler (knee), center Matt Paradis (hip), and quarterback Trevor Siemian (foot) would have been limited in practice.
It appears Siemian is making progress to returning. Kubiak noted that both Denver Broncos quarterbacks Siemian and Paxton Lynch will both practice to get ready.
The Tennessee Titans had their first practice since their bye week. Only one name was on the report on Wednesday.
Defensive Tackle Jurrell Casey did not participate in practice today with a foot injury.
Unless something changes, the Tennessee Titans will be going into this game as healthy as can be at this stage of the season.
Keep it here at Predominantly Orange as we keep you updated on the injury report for the remainder of the week.