Denver Broncos Game Day

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WEEK 15 • SAT • 12/15
Cleveland Browns 5-7 -1
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INJURY REPORTS

Denver Broncos
Table - Injury report
Player Position Injury Tue Wed Thu Game Status
OLB Hip DNP DNP LP OUT
DB Ribs LP LP FP (-)
CB Fibula DNP DNP DNP OUT
TE Shoulder LP LP FP (-)
ILB Knee LP LP FP (-)
WR Quadricep DNP LP FP (-)
DE Concussion DNP DNP LP QUESTIONABLE
CB Shoulder DNP DNP DNP OUT
Cleveland Browns
Table - Injury report
Player Position Injury Tue Wed Thu Game Status
Austin Corbett
T Foot DNP DNP DNP OUT
Larry Ogunjobi
DT Biceps DNP LP LP QUESTIONABLE
J.C. Tretter
C Ankle DNP DNP LP QUESTIONABLE
Denzel Ward
CB Concussion DNP DNP DNP OUT
Phillip Gaines
CB Knee LP LP LP QUESTIONABLE
Juston Burris
CB Shoulder FP FP FP (-)
Jamie Collins
LB Shoulder FP FP FP (-)
Terrance Mitchell
CB Wrist FP FP FP (-)
David Njoku
TE Knee FP FP FP (-)
Brian Price
DT Achilles FP FP FP (-)
Joe Schobert
LB Knee FP FP FP (-)
Tavierre Thomas
CB Abdomen FP FP FP (-)

Game Day Notes

Table Extended
BATTLE-TESTED BRONCOS
The Broncos have had the NFL's third toughest schedule to date with their opponents combining for an 92-76-1 (.547) record entering Week 15. Denver is coming off a recent stretch in which it faced three consecutive teams with 5+game win streaks—the longest such streak since the 1976 Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Table Extended
Team W L T Pct.
1. Oakland Raiders 95 72 2 .568
2. Cincinnati Bengals 93 74 2 .556
3. Denver Broncos 92 76 1 .547
4. Jacksonville Jaguars 91 77 1 .541
5. Cleveland Browns 89 78 2 .533
Table inside Article
WHAT TO WATCH FOR vs. Browns
TEAM (499 overall wins) - Denver would become the 14th team to reach 500 overall wins with a win.
RB PHILLIP LINDSAY (967 rushing yards) * - Needs 33 rushing yards to reach 1,000 yards, making him just the third undrafted rookie ever to reach that mark (Dominic Rhodes - 2001, LeGarrette Blount - 2010).
OLB VON MILLER (103.5 total sacks; 97 reg. season sacks) - Needs at least half a sack to pass Simon Fletcher (103.5) for the most sacks (reg. season + postseason) in franchise history.
WR COURTLAND SUTTON (572 receiving yards) - Needs 58 receiving yards to tie Ricky Nattiel (1987) for the fourth-most receiving yards (630) by a Broncos rookie.
DE DEREK WOLFE (5 passes defensed in 2018) - Needs one pass defensed to become the sixth Broncos defensive lineman since 1994 (first since Jared Crick in 2016) to total six in a season.