#NYJvsDEN postgame injury update: OLB Baron Browning ruled out with hip injury, Russell Wilson 'trending' toward playing in Week 8 –


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DENVER — Please see below for an updating list of the Broncos’ injuries from Denver’s Week 7 game against the Jets.
3:22 p.m. MT: Running back Mike Boone is questionable to return with an ankle injury, the team announced. Before suffering the injury, Boone rushed four times for 23 yards.
3:58 p.m. MT: Boone has been downgraded to out, the team announced.
4:25 p.m. MT: Outside linebacker Baron Browning has been ruled out with a hip injury, the team announced.
5:04 p.m. MT: Tackle Cam Fleming is questionable to return with a leg injury, the team announced.
Head Coach Nathaniel Hackett confirmed that Boone, Browning and Fleming suffered injuries during the game, but he did not provide an update on their severity.
“Mike Boone, he’s got an ankle, Baron Browning with a hip and Cam Fleming with a quad,” Hackett said. “More guys [are] getting banged up; we’ve got to stay healthy.”
Hackett also noted that quarterback Russell Wilson is making progress in his recovery from a hamstring injury and that he hopes Wilson will be available to play next week in London.
“He’s trending in that direction,” Hackett said. “He did everything he could to try to be there, but it was just a little early with that short week. So, hopefully we’ll see him out there, and if not, we’ll be smart with him too.”
Additionally, defensive tackle D.J. Jones returned to the game after suffering a hand injury.
Griffith was limited with an ankle injury on Thursday and did not practice on Friday.
Browning has not played since suffering an injury in Week 7.
“I’m excited for the guys that are going to go out there and make plays, but K’Waun has done an incredible job for us,” Head Coach Nathaniel Hackett said.
Additionally, right tackle Billy Turner and cornerback K’Waun Williams are “week to week” with knee injuries.
Offensive tackle Billy Turner, cornerback K’Waun Williams and guard/center Graham Glasgow also suffered injuries during the game.
The Broncos also have five players who are listed as questionable for Sunday’s game in Tennessee.
Fullback/tight end Andrew Beck was also added to the injury report, while safety Justin Simmons and tackle Cam Fleming returned to practice.
Outside linebacker Baron Browning and tackle Cam Fleming also did not practice.
Additionally, Head Coach Nathaniel Hackett noted that tackle Cam Fleming is ahead of schedule in his recovery from a quad injury.
The Broncos will be without their starting center as he recovers from a groin injury, Head Coach Nathaniel Hackett said Tuesday.
G Graham Glasgow came in to replace Cushenberry at center.
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