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Injury Report: DE Dre'Mont Jones and ILB Kenny Young doubtful, seven Broncos questionable for #CINvsDEN


ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Defensive end Dre'Mont Jones (foot) and inside linebacker Kenny Young (concussion) are doubtful to play in Sunday's game against the Bengals, Head Coach Vic Fangio announced Friday.

Neither player practiced this week after suffering injuries in Week 14 against the Lions.

Defensive lineman DeShawn Williams could be one option to start in Jones' place, while Fangio suggested earlier this week that Jonas Griffith could be an option to replace Young.

Jones recorded two sacks and three tackles for loss in the team's win over Detroit.

Fangio said running back Javonte Williams, who missed Thursday's practice with a knee injury, is "fine" and will not have any limitations on Sunday. He was a limited participant in Friday's practice and was listed as questionable.

Running back Melvin Gordon III (thumb/hip), defensive end Shelby Harris (ankle), safeties Kareem Jackson (back) and Caden Sterns (shoulder/neck) and tackle Bobby Massie (hip) were also all limited in practice for at least the second consecutive day and were listed as questionable.

Jackson, Massie and Sterns did not practice Wednesday.

Cornerback Nate Hairston was added to the injury report with a neck injury. He was a limited participant on Friday and was designated as questionable.

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