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ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The injury report for Sunday’s game tells a rather complete tale for both the Denver Broncos and New York Giants.

For the Broncos, who are coming off a bye week, there are no starters listed as “out” for Sunday’s game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Wide receiver Cody Latimer (knee) and quarterback Paxton Lynch (shoulder) are the only players who missed practice time this week because of injury. It means the Broncos are, across the roster, as healthy as they’ve been since early in training camp.

The Giants, however, have listed seven players on the league’s game-status report as “out” for Sunday’s game in Denver. Six, including five starters, are injured. Cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie has been suspended by the team.

That total also doesn’t even include the three wide receivers, including Odell Beckham Jr. and Brandon Marshall, the Giants placed on injured reserve early in the week. Broncos coach Vance Joseph said after Friday’s practice the Giants’ injuries have been accounted for in the Broncos’ game-planning process, but it isn’t something he would specifically remind them about in Saturday night’s team meeting.

“It’s really about our standards,” Joseph said. “… Our goal Sunday is to play our best game of the year … If you’re on Saturday night talking about a team that’s gotten beat by a team with injuries, you’ve missed the boat. That conversation was a brief one Monday morning … We’re talking about our assignments.”

That play “to our standards” has been the real message of the week as the Broncos have prepared for the 0-5 Giants. President of football operations/general manager John Elway dropped the phrase on his weekly radio appearance early in the week and Joseph has expressed some variation of it in the days since.

For the Broncos the Kansas City Chiefs’ 5-0 start has their attention in the AFC West race.

“You have to be prepared for whatever,” said linebacker Von Miller. “You have to be desperate for a win or it’s just not going to happen.”

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Greg Olsen joked that injured players in the NFL are “out of sight, out of mind.”

But that hasn’t been the case for the Carolina Panthers’ Pro Bowl tight end.

Olsen has been around Bank of America Stadium a lot since breaking his foot in a Week 2 victory over Buffalo. He’s progressing well since his Sept. 18 surgery, and believes he’s on track to resume practicing when he’s eligible to do so the week of Nov. 6.

“The big step now is to get out of the (protective) boot,” Olsen said Wednesday. “But to be only three weeks and be in the boot walking with no crutches has been a good step. So just keep going and hopefully in a couple weeks be able to get back out on the field.”
The Panthers hope to activate Olsen from IR, and the earliest he could play would be the Nov. 26 game against the Jets. Olsen said he’s been lifting in the weight room and doing work in the pool in the hopes of getting back this season.

“There’s a lot of work that needs to be done,” he said. “You can’t just lay around all day and then say, ‘All right, the bone’s healed,’ and then get up and go play tight end in the NFL.”

In the interim, Olsen has watched the past two games from his couch, where he had a high-definition look at backup tight end Ed Dickson’s career day last weekend at Detroit. Dickson caught five passes for 175 yards – the 10th-most in team history – against the Lions, prompting Olsen to tweet that Dickson had a “decent game.”

Olsen praised Dickson’s play, saying the Panthers are lucky to have a No. 2 tight end with his skill set.

“Since he’s been here, every time we’ve thrown him the ball, he’s been open, he’s caught it. Everything we’ve asked him to do, he’s always done it. So I don’t think guys are surprised,” Olsen said.

“Ed is a starting caliber tight end in the NFL. You look around the league, you can’t tell me there’s 32 better players at the position than Ed.”