Broncos-Raiders inactives: Browning, Fleming, Glasgow will play
DENVER — In a season with almost nothing but lousy news on the injury front, the Broncos got good news heading into Sunday’s game with Las Vegas: All of their players listed as questionable will play.
That means edge rusher Baron Browning, offensive lineman Tom Compton, offensive tackle Cam Fleming, center Graham Glasgow and wide receiver Kendall Hinton will all be in uniform.
Browning missed the last two games because of a hip injury suffered against the Jets on Oct. 23. He returned to practice on a limited basis this week. Hinton also saw limited work after injuring his shoulder last week, but he is good to go.
Glasgow’s activation means that he will make a second consecutive start at center. Fleming is expected to start at right tackle.
Compton will be in uniform for the first time since undergoing back surgery this summer. But the Broncos are bringing him along slowly, so he will be available as a reserve option.
Denver’s seven inactives include four players ruled out on Friday:
- TE/FB Andrew Beck (hamstring)
- WR KJ Hamler (hamstring)
- WR Jerry Jeudy (ankle)
- CB K’Waun Williams (knee scope)
The other three inactive Broncos are:
- S Anthony Harris
- RB Marlon Mack
- DL Enyi Uwazurike