The Denver Broncos are fully healthy heading into tonight’s Monday Night Football showdown against the Buffalo Bills. What does the final injury report say for them and the Bills tonight?

Denver Broncos final injury report vs. Buffalo Bills

Every player on the Denver Broncos 53-man active roster fully participated in practice this past week, leading them to be fully healthy going into tonight’s game against the Buffalo Bills.

Only two players appeared on the team’s injury report this week, but they were full participants in every practice, and their game status for tonight was never in question.

Outside linebacker Baron Browning popped up with a wrist designation, and offensive guard Ben Powers had an ankle designation. Both players look good in practice this week during the media viewing portion.

Browning’s impact has been significant since he returned from the PUP list, accounting for two sacks and various pressures in his only two games played this season. He’ll continue being in the starting lineup opposite of Jonathon Cooper.

Powers has been a very under-the-radar impact player for Denver’s offensive line in pass protection and in the run game.

The Buffalo Bills, however, haven’t had much luck in the injury department this season. With various key players like inside linebacker Matt Milano and cornerback Tre’Davious White suffering season-ending injuries, Buffalo’s defense will be without a few defensive players heading into tonight’s game.

Players who will miss tonight’s game for the Bills include safety Micah Hyde (neck) and cornerback Christian Benford with a hamstring injury. Linebacker Terrel Bernard is questionable while still going through the NFL’s concussion protocol.

Earlier in the week, Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs popped up on the injury report with a back issue but was cleared on Saturday and will play tonight.

Broncos cornerback Patrick Surtain will likely draw the matchup assignment of him in primetime this evening.

Tonight’s game against the Bills kicks off on ESPN at 6:15 p.m. MT. Be sure to check out Good Morning Broncos tomorrow morning for recap.