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Published on 09/18/2009 at Fri Sep 18 15:17.
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Injury Report for the Week 2 NFL game between the Denver Broncos and Cleveland Browns on Sunday, September 20, 2009.

CB Champ Bailey Ankle Probable
S Brian Dawkins Hand Probable
LB/FB Spencer Larsen Shoulder Out
DL Le Kevin Smith Knee Out
S Josh Barrett Shoulder Questionable
G Chris Kuper Ankle Questionable
WR Jabar Gaffney Finger Probable
RB Knowshon Moreno Knee Probable
QB Kyle Orton Rt Finger Probable

Guard Russ Hochstein is not listed on the final injury report, despite not practicing Friday. No word if Chris Kuper will play. Browns report after the jump.

G Rex Hadnot Knee Out
RB James David Shoulder Questionable
LB David Bowens Knee Questionable
RB Jamal Lewis Neck Probable
WR Mohamed Massaquoi Shoulder Questionable
RB Cedric Peerman Thigh Questionable
DT Shaun Rogers Foot Probable
RB Jerome Harrison Knee Probable
TE Steve Heiden Knee Probable
P Dave Zastudil Rt Knee Probable
  • NM Bronco

    Damn, KO isn’t KO’d. Oh well.

  • Andpark


    Orton will show a ton of improvement and I am sure is our best chance to win come Sun but I just don’t see why we put all these resources into an average player we will have for 1 year. We are a third of the way matching people’s expectations of us this year.

    Let’s see what Brandstater can do, if it isn’t much then we can draft a QB next year. If he is good then we have our QB solution for a long time.

  • broncoNM

    I agree… i think the entire offense will show improvement from last week. Im hoping for an improved running game and more action from royal and marshall. I just hope the defense keeps it up and DL/LB bring some pressure. I think our secondary is primed for some turnovers. It would be great to grab our first home win… Im also interested to see who comes out on top of the KC/Oak game and the SD/Bal game. Im tired of the San Diego=super bowl predictions. I dont see them running away with AFCW like many of the ‘experts’ predicted.