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Broncos' Demaryius Thomas doesn't have rumored separated shoulder

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Denver Broncos wide-receiver Demaryius Thomas has been the subject of several conflicting reports today, with questions over whether he has a separated shoulder. 

Early Wednesday morning the Bleacher Report wrote a story that seemed dispel and rumors regarding the injury Thomas, after other reports had suggested it was a separated shoulder injury. 

Vic Lombardi reported on Twitter during the Super Bowl, "DT separated his shoulder in the first quarter. Played through it. Maybe it was that Chancellor hit. Not sure."

And today there were further reports that suggested he was still dealing with the same problem after further complications.

However, NFL insider Mike Klis seemed to put back any destabilising rumors for the Broncos today with his post on Twitter.  

"Contrary to reports, #Broncos WR Demaryius Thomas does not have separated shoulder. He is at Duke University TODAY with Peyton & teammates."

Thomas injured his shoulder during Denver's heavy defeat in the Super Bowl, and word somehow leaked out that he had re-aggravated that injury recently. 

Klis is likely to have known if the rumor was true, but the fact that he is flat out denying bodes well for Thomas and the Broncos. 

As a result, Denver fans will be glad to know that the star receiver will continue to mend during training camp. 

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