For the final time in Week 14, we will take a look at the injury report for both the Denver Broncos and Tennessee Titans ahead of Sunday’s game.
We have finally made it to Friday Broncos Country! Just two more days until the Denver Broncos and Tennessee Titans are set to battle.
A win for either team will be big when it comes to the playoffs. Both teams have a shot to win their division.
And how fun that both teams are in third place in their divisions, yet still can win their division.
One of these teams will take a step closer to competing for their division title.
But first, they must go up against each other. And having the best players take the field for that game will help.
For the final time this week, I will be taking a look at the injury report for both the Denver Broncos and Tennessee Titans.
The visiting Denver Broncos are relatively healthy. Only Brandon Marshall (hamstring) and Casey Kreiter (calf) will miss Sunday’s game with injuries.
Trevor Siemian (foot) and Bennie Fowler (knee) are listed as questionable for the game.
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Hopefully we will get to see both of them play. Gary Kubiak noted that it is most likely that the decision on Trevor Siemian will be made tomorrow.
For the Tennessee Titans, Jurrell Casey missed practice again on Friday and has been listed as questionable for the game. I believe that he could very well be scratched for this game if he did not practice all week.
A new name to appear on the injury report is defensive end Angelo Blackson. He is the rookie fourth rounder for the Titans. He suffered an illness on Friday and did not practice.
However, he will suit up on Sunday.
Should be interesting to see who suits up and who does not on Sunday. Both teams are pretty healthy. We will see on Sunday.