The Denver Broncos have listed several players on their Friday injury report and are expecting their offense to be at full strength. Some of the Broncos most potent offensive weapons, such as Peyton Manning, Demaryius Thomas, Knowshon Moreno and Julius Thomas are expected to play on Sunday as they are listed as probable. Only one player, defensive end Derek Wolfe, has been ruled out for Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans.
Wolfe sat out of the last game against the Chiefs. He has not practiced since being hospitalized for seizures shortly before departing for Kansas City. Kick return specialist Trindon Holliday was a limited participant at Friday’s practice after missing previous training sessions with a shoulder injury.
It looks like tight end Julius Thomas will play after missing the last two games against the Patriots and Chiefs with an injured knee. Thomas has been a full participant the last two practice sessions. Cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie was also a full participant at Thursday and Friday’s practice and is expected to play against the Titans.
Along with the number of players affirmed to play against Tennessee, head coach John Fox will return to the sidelines for the first time since Week 8. Fox had open-heart surgery following the bye week and his return to the team has been a question mark ever since.
"I feel real good physically,” Fox said. “I'm looking forward to getting back on the field. When you're on the field, you can communicate better with the players."