Broncos Vs. Cardinals Pregame Injury Update

The Denver Broncos will have five players not in uniform for Thursday night's game with the Arizona Cardinals. None of them should be a surprise. Linebacker D.J. Williams is out due to a dislocated elbow; defensive tackle Brodrick Bunkley took a shot to the knee in Saturday's game with the Seahawks; defensive tackle Marcus Thomas has missed the previous two preseason games with a strained pectoral muscle; wide receiver Demaryius Thomas is still recovering from his Achilles injury and won't play until the end of October; and defensive tackle Ty Warren has a torn triceps that will keep him out for most of the season.

For the Cardinals, quarterback John Skelton is out due to a high right ankle sprain. Safety Adrian Wilson is still making his way back from a torn biceps muscle. Cornerback Michael Adams had arthroscopic knee surgery back in early August. Wide receiver DeMarco Sampson is also out.

For more on the Broncos, visit Mile High Report. Check out Revenge of the Birds and SB Nation Arizona for more on the Cardinals.

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