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Injury updates vs. Jets: Justin Simmons out


From the players lot to the locker room, to the field, follow the Broncos' pregame preparation for Sunday's game vs. the Jets. (Locker room photos by Ben Swanson, others by Gabriel Christus unless noted)

DENVER —** Follow along for a running list of injury updates during the Broncos' game against the New York Jets on Sunday.

2:26 p.m. MT: Safety Justin Simmons suffered an ankle injury in the first quarter, and his return is questionable. Will Parks replaced Simmons on defense in the base package with rookie Jamal Carter contributing in the dime package.

2:56 p.m. MT: Simmons has been downgraded to out.

4:24 p.m. MT: Inside linebacker Todd Davis received medical assistance on the field after colliding with fellow linebacker Brandon Marshall and Jets running back Matt Forte on a tackle. He left the field under his own strength and received further assistance in the sideline medical tent. Zaire Anderson replaced him on defense.

4:34: p.m. MT: Davis is being evaluated for a possible concussion.

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