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Injury Updates: DaeSean Hamilton suffers knee injury, Bradley Roby evaluated for concussion following #DENvsLAC

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CARSON, Calif. — Wide receiver DaeSean Hamilton left Sunday's game against the Chargers late in the second quarter and is questionable to return, the Broncos announced.

Hamilton, drafted in the fourth round of the 2018 NFL Draft out of Penn State, missed the Broncos' previous two games — against the Chiefs and Texans — after injuring his knee against the Cardinals. He had one catch for 4 yards against the Chargers before leaving with the injury.

UPDATE (3:47 p.m. PT): Cornerback Bradley Roby was being evaluated for a concussion, the team announced. With Roby out, Tramaine Brock and Adam Jones saw more playing time.

UPDATE (5:45 P.M. MT): Head Coach Vance Joseph provided updates on both Hamilton and Roby following the 23-22 win.

"DaeSean Hamilton [injured] the same knee," Joseph said. "[He] just re-aggravated it, not as bad as it was the first time. And Bradley Roby is being evaluated for a concussion."

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