Campbell was waived by the Browns off of injured reserve in November, but he has found a new home in Houston for the time being. The third-year pro played eight games with the Browns this season, compiling 16 tackles (13 solo).
The 11 touches were just the second time this season that Booker broke double digits on the season. The second-year back is in a place of uncertainty as new offensive coordinator looks to see what works in Denver's backfield. While Booker is likely the future at the position for Denver, the Broncos seem content with leaning heavily on C.J. Anderson who averaged 1.71 offensive snaps per touch on 41 offensive snaps during Sunday's game as compared to Booker's more limited usage rate of 2.45 offensive snaps per touch with 27 total offensive snaps.
The veteran back slid back down to a No. 3 role on Sunday with just five offensive snaps behind C.J. Anderson and Devontae Booker. With Denver out of the playoff race, some have wondered when Charles will give way to rookie De'Angelo Henderson, who has been inactive for much of the season. That doesn't seem likely at the moment. Head coach Vance Joseph has preached about Denver's commitment to try to win out and play veteran players while doing so. Charles might not see the inactive sheet, but he's unlikely to see much more of the field either with Anderson and Booker leading the way.
Latimer has been consistently seeing 70 percent of Denver's offensive snaps or more in recent weeks, but got onto the field for just 31 of 70 offensive plays on Sunday. The Broncos leaned more on two-tight end looks on Sunday as they played keep away with a multi-score lead for much of the game. Latimer offers little value as the No. 3 target on a weak passing team and might see that value diminish further if Denver is able to have similar success against struggling upcoming opponents such as Indianapolis and Washington.
Sanders hasn't been quite right since Week 5 when he sprained his ankle against the Giants. He's topped 30 yards receiving just once in his five games since that injury. Though the Broncos finally snapped an eight-game losing streak, nothing about this passing attack and his relative health makes him a dependable target for down the stretch.
Phillips was limited in practice due to a hamstring injury, even though he logged 61 snaps in Sunday's win over the Redskins. Look for more updates to come later in the week, with Tre Boston likely to see an uptick in reps should Phillips be ruled out.
Suggs played 67 of 89 defensive snaps, and he now has gotten to the quarterback in each of his last five contests, compiling 6.5 sacks in that span. He'll look to get after Browns QB DeShone Kizer in Week 14, as Kizer was sacked just twice against the Packers in his last matchup.
The veteran defensive end returned from his two-game absence and managed at least two tackles for the sixth straight game. Ayers is currently posting his lowest sack total (2.0) since his 2012 campaign in Denver, but his pair of stops against the Lions allowed him to eclipse the 29 tackles he'd amassed in his debut campaign with the Buccaneers in 2016.
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