July 23, 2024

Final injury report for the Browns and Broncos in Week 12: 2 ruled out, 5 questionable.

Inadequate turkey, mashed potatoes, dressing, stuffing, cranberry sauce, jelly, and all the fixings weren’t enough to get everyone well in time for the Cleveland Browns vs. Denver Broncos game in Week 12.

The Browns vs. Broncos injury reports were noticeably different all week, despite the fact that this was a crucial AFC matchup for both teams due to tiebreakers and current playoff seeding. While Denver was far more healthy, Cleveland had a number of players who were either limited or absent from practise.

Compared to the initial report this week, the final injury report is significantly smaller, with a few players ruled out and others doubtful for Sunday’s match:

Injury Report for Browns, WR Marquise Goodwin: Out due to a concussion Juan Thornhill—Calf—Inconclusive
LB Anthony Walker: Questionable Hamstring
CB Denzel Ward: Out LB, Shoulder Jordan Kunaszyk: Knee: Dubious
This week is Kunaszyk’s scheduled return from inactive retirement.

Thornhill (two) and Kunaszyk (all three) were able to practise again this week, but Walker didn’t return until Friday.

Report on Broncos Injuries: S PJ Locke, Ankle, Questionable RB Dwayne Washington: Questionable Illness
Locke was not involved on Wednesday, but by Friday, he was fully involved. Washington’s illness surfaced on the injury report on Friday, but he still needs time to recover before he can return to action.

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