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The Texans have claimed S Kareem Jackson off waivers from the Broncos. Denver dumped the twice-suspended veteran, opting to continue with P.J. Locke next to S Justin Simmons. Jackson could see immediate time for a Houston defense that lost Jimmie Ward to a quad injury against the Browns. It's not yet clear how long Ward will be out. We'll watch for specifics on Jackson's Week 17 role.

The league has suspended Broncos S Kareem Jackson four games after a spearing hit he made on Vikings QB Joshua Dobbs on Sunday night. That, of course, follows a suspension earlier this season for three illegal hits in separate games. Jackson got his previous suspension reduced to two games on appeal and has appealed this one as well. It would seem another punishment for the same crime should knock Jackson out for longer. We'll see what happens, though. Jackson didn't get flagged for the hit during the game, which may or may not affect this ruling. Any time Jackson misses should elevate P.J. Locke to the starting role. Locke missed Sunday night's game with an ankle injury that knocked him out of Week 10 early. Delarrin Turner-Yell would seem to be the next guy up if Locke remains out for Week 12.

The league has suspended Broncos S Kareem Jackson for four games because of his love for committing dirty hits. His latest infraction was a "forceful blow to the head/neck area" of Packers TE Luke Musgrave. He previously took similar shots at Raiders WR Jakobi Meyers and Commanders TE Logan Thomas. NFL Network reports that Jackson is appealing the suspension. Expect a quick resolution to that appeal, and we'll see if there's any adjustment to the suspension's length. P.J. Locke filled in after Jackson got ejected from the win over Green Bay. he figures to start while Jackson's out.

Broncos CB Ronald Darby (shoulder) and LB Kenny Young (concussion) are inactive for today's game against the Chargers. With Baron Browning out on the COVID list, LB Jonas Griffith looks like an upside play vs. the Chargers. DE Dre'Mont Jones (foot), S Kareem Jackson (back, shoulder) and DE Shelby Harris (ankle) are active.

Broncos S Kareem Jackson (back, shoulder), DE Dre'Mont Jones (foot), LB Kenny Young (concussion), DE Shelby Harris (ankle) and CB Ronald Darby (shoulder) are all questionable for Sunday's game against the Chargers.

Broncos LB Baron Browning (illness), DE Dre'Mont Jones (foot), S Kareem Jackson (back) and DE Shelby Harris (ankle) are active for today's game against the Raiders.

Broncos DE Dre'Mont Jones (foot), S Kareem Jackson (back) and DE Shelby Harris (ankle) are questionable for Sunday's game against the Raiders. Harris and Jackson played through their issues last week. Jones sat out of the loss to Cincinnati. He managed a pair of limited practices to close out this week, though. We'll check the status for all 3 on Sunday afternoon.

Broncos S Kareem Jackson (back) and DE Shelby Harris (ankle) are active for today’s game against the Bengals. DE Dre’Mont Jones is inactive, as expected, after entering the day doubtful. LB Kenny Young (concussion) is also inactive

Broncos DE Dre'Mont Jones (foot) and LB Kenny Young (concussion) are doubtful for Sunday's game against the Bengals. DE Shelby Harris (ankle) and S Kareem Jackson (back) are questionable. If Harris joins Jones on the inactive list, Denver would be missing both starting DEs from its 3-man front.

Broncos S Kareem Jackson (neck) is doubtful for Sunday's game against the Chargers. Rookie Caden Sterns will start in Jackson's place next to Justin Simmons, according to The Denver Post. Sterns had a 2-sack game back in Week 4 and has 2 INTs among 4 total passes defensed on limited snaps this season.

Broncos S Kareem Jackson (back) is active for today’s game against the Raiders

Broncos S Kareem Jackson (back) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Raiders. We'll check his status Sunday afternoon.

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