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NFL Injury Report:
The Denver Broncos enter today’s game against the Tampa Bay
Buccaneers fairly healthy, but they could still be without wide receiver
Brandon Stokely, defensive lineman Robert Ayers and offensive lineman Chris
Ayers is not questionable due to injury concerns. The
defensive lineman has missed practice all week to deal with the death of his
father. This funeral was yesterday, and it’s unknown if Ayers will be able to
return to the team in enough time to suit up against the Bucs.
Stokely has been limited at practice all week due to wrist
and hip injuries. The veteran wide receiver sustained his injury last weekend
against the Kansas City Chiefs. If he misses today’s game against Tampa Bay it
would be the first contest of the season he’d be sidelined. On the year Stokely
has 36 receptions for 449 yards and five touchdowns.
Clark, a backup offensive lineman, is questionable to play
as he recovers from an illness.
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