INGLEWOOD, Calif. — All seven Broncos who were listed as questionable for “Monday Night Football” will be available to play against the Chargers.
Running back Melvin Gordon III, cornerback Damarri Mathis, guard Dalton Risner, tight end Eric Saubert, offensive lineman Billy Turner, outside linebacker Jonathon Cooper and guard/center Quinn Meinerz are all active for Monday’s matchup.
Meinerz has not played since the Broncos’ Week 1 matchup with the Seattle Seahawks.
Safety Justin Simmons, cornerback Michael Ojemudia and tight end Greg Dulcich are all active after being activated from injured reserve earlier Monday.
Inside linebacker Josey Jewell and safety Caden Sterns were previously ruled out.
Tight end Albert Okwuegbunam is among the Broncos’ inactives.
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Turner, who has rehabbed from a knee injury, is active for the first time in 2022.
Six of the Broncos’ seven starters who were listed as questionable for Sunday’s game against San Francisco will be available to play.
Randy Gregory, DeShawn Williams and K’Waun Williams are all active for Sunday’s game.
Offensive lineman Billy Turner is inactive for Monday’s game.
Massie was added to the injury report on Saturday.
The Broncos’ defense will be without two more of its starters in a Week 17 matchup with the Chargers.
All seven of the Broncos who were listed as questionable are active for Sunday’s game against the Raiders.
The Broncos also listed seven players as questionable, but safety Caden Sterns (shoulder/neck) was the only Bronco with that designation to be ruled inactive.
DE Shelby Harris is also active after being listed as questionable.
All seven of the Broncos’ players who were listed as questionable are active for Sunday’s game in Kansas City.
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