Broncos put KJ Hamler on injured reserve, rule out K’Waun Williams

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Injuries continue to hit the Broncos hard.

Denver wide receiver KJ Hamler is going on injured reserve after suffering a setback with the hamstring injury that has forced him to miss the last three games, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. That means Hamler will miss at least the next four games.

Hamler is the 15th Broncos player on injured reserve. Denver has both the most players on injured reserve and the most salary cap space on injured reserve of any team in the NFL.

The Broncos have also ruled out defensive back K'Waun Williams for tomorrow’s game against the Ravens. He had previously been listed as questionable.

8 responses to “Broncos put KJ Hamler on injured reserve, rule out K’Waun Williams

  1. Notice who doesn’t go on injured reserve? First ballot HOF QB Russell Wilson is a pro’s pro and knows how to take care of himself and perform at the highest level.

    Too bad the rest of the team isn’t at the same level.

  2. I don’t want to say can this get any worse. Because clearly it can and keeps doing it. This might be the darkest season I can remember as a fan. And we’ve been through some pretty terrible seasons but this one takes the cake.

  3. So the lineups staying the same… these dudes have been injured for weeks, so I dunno why comments are making it out like this is any worse than it’s been with injuries

  4. bahoda12s says:
    December 3, 2022 at 3:15 pm
    As a Seahawks fan, this is fun.

    ——

    You all see it here: Seahawks fans cheer injuries. And not bitter rivals’ injuries, just dudes who happen to play with their franchise’s best ever QB. Stay classy Seattle!

  5. most new coaches,- head coach OC DC STC
    most penalties,
    most dumb play calling
    most low scoring games,
    most room for improvement

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