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Injury updates vs. Packers: Demaryius Thomas exits, Paxton Lynch questionable to return

DENVER — Defensive end Zach Kerr exited Saturday's game against the Packers after a teammate rolled onto the back of his legs while making a tackle.

Trainers helped Kerr to his feet, and he walked slowly to the sideline. They continued to evaluate Kerr on the bench as the defense held Green Bay to a field goal.

The Broncos announced Kerr was questionable to return.

7:38 p.m. MT:The Broncos announced Kerr (knee) and wide receiver Demaryius Thomas (groin) are out for the remainder of Saturday's game.

8:21 p.m. MT:The Broncos announced safety Will Parks (hip) will not return. Running back Jamaal Charles was evaluated for a possible concussion and cleared to return.

9:02 p.m. MT:Quarterback Paxton Lynch exited the game after one series in the second half. The Broncos announced he suffered an injury to his right shoulder, which is his throwing arm. Lynch is questionable to return.

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