|Date||Pos||Player||Injury||NFL Status||Fantasy News |
|09/14/14||S||David Bruton Jr.||SHOULDER||QUESTIONABLE||The Broncos have announced that the following players will be inactive for Sunday's Week 2 game against the Chiefs: safety David Bruton Jr., wide receivers Cody Latimer and Tony Carter, guard Ben Garland, offensive tackle Michael Schofield and linebacker Danny Trevathan.|
|09/14/14||T||Ryan Clady||FOOT||PROBABLE|| |
|09/14/14||G||Ben Garland||ANKLE||DOUBTFUL|| |
|09/14/14||CB||Chris Harris Jr.||KNEE||PROBABLE|| |
|09/14/14||LB||Nate Irving||KNEE||PROBABLE|| |
|09/14/14||LB||Lerentee McCray||Knee||LEFT||Broncos linebacker Lerentee McCray is doubtful to return to Sunday's game against the Chiefs with a knee injury, USA Today Sports reports. McCray is a sub linebacker for the Broncos on the outside, so the team may have to lean more on starter Von Miller with the backup sidelined.|
|09/14/14||LB||Von Miller||Groin||LEFT||Broncos linebacker Von Miller racked up seven total tackles and a sack in his team's 24-17 win over the Chiefs in Week 2.|
|09/14/14||C||Manny Ramirez||BACK||PROBABLE|| |
|09/14/14||LB||Danny Trevathan||KNEE||OUT||The Broncos have announced that the following players will be inactive for Sunday's Week 2 game against the Chiefs: safety David Bruton Jr., wide receivers Cody Latimer and Tony Carter, guard Ben Garland, offensive tackle Michael Schofield and linebacker Danny Trevathan.|
|09/14/14||DE||DeMarcus Ware||THIGH||PROBABLE|| |
|09/14/14||CB||Kayvon Webster||ANKLE||PROBABLE|| |
|09/04/14||WR||Wes Welker||Suspension||SUSPEND||Just hours after the NFL Players Association announced the approval of a new drug policy, senior vice president of communications Greg Aiello tweeted that the league has yet to reach an agreement with the union on revisions to our drug programs, citing "significant unresolved issues."|
|08/31/14||K||Matt Prater||Suspension||SUSPEND||Broncos kicker Matt Prater, the league's second-leading scorer last year, has been notified he'll be suspended for the first four regular-season games for violating the league's substance abuse policy.|
Prater has been in the league's alcohol program since he was charged with DUI in 2011. His attorney, Harvey Steinberg, told the Denver Post that Prater got suspended for drinking a few beers at home. "[Matt] feels terribly for his teammates," Steinberg said. "It's cost him personally, both professionally and financially."
Prater nailed 25 of 26 field-goal attempts last year, including a record-breaking 64-yarder against Tennessee. Rookie Mitch Ewald is his backup.