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Denver Broncos and Washington injury report: Lynch puts in a limited practice

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Here is your Wednesday injury report for the Broncos and Washington.

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The Denver Broncos and Washington released their first injury report of the week today and all eyes were on Paxton Lynch’s health. Well, the Broncos quarterback put in a limited practice today, but who will start Sunday still remains a question mark.

Whether or not Lynch would start would depend on his health per multiple reports throughout the week/weekend and so far, it’s not looking great for the former first-round pick.

If he can put in a full practice on Thursday or Friday, maybe he can start Sunday, but the odds have shifted towards Brock Osweiler being your starter. 9NEWS Denver’s Mike Klis is also saying that he would be surprised “if it’s not Osweiler starting” against Washington and he is plugged in as they get with the Broncos.

As for the rest of the injury report, wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders sat out practice with a nagging ankle injury and fellow receiver Cody Latimer was limited with a thigh injury. Otherwise, the Broncos are looking healthy heading into Sunday’s game. The large list of players on the injury report is also a reason for this.

As for Washington, they have been ravaged by injuries all season, especially along the offensive line. They have 15 players listed on the injury report, 9 of which are were either DNP or limited.

Here is your entire Wednesday injury report for the Denver Broncos and Washington.