Denver Broncos running back Devontae Booker has a shoulder injury that will bear watching this week as the Broncos (6-2) prepare for an AFC West showdown with the 6-2 Oakland Raiders.
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Booker left Sunday’s win over the San Diego Chargers for a series after he landed hard on his left shoulder lunging for a Trevor Siemian pass in the first quarter. As the ball fell incomplete, Booker hit the ground and Chargers cornerback Brandon Flowers landed on top of him on a third-and-7 that ended the Broncos’ first possession of the game.
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Booker was out of the lineup on the Broncos’ next possession and then re-entered the game the next time they got the ball -- and played the rest of the way. However, he got treatment following the game and had some additional exams Monday morning. It is possible Booker, who was the Broncos' fourth-round pick in this past April's draft, could be limited some in practice this week.