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Broncos Injury Report: Paxton Lynch, Cody Latimer, Isaiah McKenzie practice again


ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- **Quarterback Paxton Lynch practiced for a second consecutive day Friday as he continued to work his way back from a sprained right shoulder.

"He's done a nice job," Offensive Coordinator Mike McCoy said. "He's been excited. He's been trying to get out [on the field] as soon as he can. He's excited to get back out here with his teammates and do everything, so I'm happy with where he's at right now."

Wide receivers Isaiah McKenzie (sprained ankle) and Cody Latimer (knee) also practiced for a second consecutive day after missing game action because of their injuries.

Four Broncos did not practice Friday: wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (sprained ankle), defensive end Derek Wolfe (hand/foot), offensive tackle Donald Stephenson (calf) and inside linebacker Todd Davis (sprained ankle).

Wolfe was optimistic about his chances of playing Monday after getting treatment and rest for his foot injury.

"I'm not going to lie; I didn't think I was going to be able to play a couple of days ago. I was like, 'Man, I don't know,'" Wolfe said after practice. "But we've got a great training staff here. They get us ready to play. That's what they're best at.

"It would take a lot for me not to be playing a 'Monday Night Football' game against the Chiefs."

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