The Denver Broncos have released their inactives list ahead of tonight’s Monday Night Football matchup against the Buffalo Bills. Which players will be inactive when Denver kicks things off in under 90 minutes?

Denver Broncos announce inactives for tonight’s game vs. the Buffalo Bills

The Broncos have released their list of inactive players at the 90-minute mark leading up to kickoff tonight against the Bills.

Denver entered tonight’s game fully healthy, with no player’s game status in question due to injury.

Here is their list of official inactives.

  • Safety JL Skinner
  • Center Alex Forsyth
  • Defensive lineman Elijah Garcia
  • Defensive tackle Keondre Coburn
  • Outside linebacker Thomas Incoom
  • Tight end Nate Adkins
  • Linebacker Ben Niemann

Skinner has yet to play a single snap in the regular season. With some of the injuries that have impacted them at the position this season, it appears that the Broncos continue to approach this season as a red-shirt year for the rookie safety.

Forsyth also hasn’t played a single regular season snap this season but has helped the team significantly each week on the team’s practice squad. Lloyd Cushenberry’s strong play has been a huge development for Denver’s offensive line, specifically at center.

Cushenberry’s development could lead to a potential contract extension, allowing Forsyth to develop even further behind him.

Garcia hasn’t played much as of late but has seen some snaps this year in regular-season play.

Coburn has yet to play a single defensive snap since the Broncos claimed him off of waivers after he was waived by the Kansas City Chiefs several weeks ago.

Denver also elevated practice squad wide receiver David Sills and tight end Lucas Krull for tonight’s game against the Bills.

This is their first elevation of the season. Krull could be an under-the-radar receiving option at tight end for the Broncos tonight.

Denver is set to kick off action here at 6:15 p.m. MT on ESPN.