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All fifty-three members of the Denver Broncos’ active roster fully participated in Thursday’s practice, marking the first time that has occurred this season. Among the players that returned to practice was guard Chris Kuper, who broke his forearm during training camp.
Linebacker Nate Irving (concussion) was another notable addition to practice, after being limited on Wednesday. Both Irving and Kuper could theoretically play this week, but their respective statuses remain uncertain.
“It would be great (if Kuper could play this week),” Coach John Fox said after practice on Thursday. “He’s been through a lot with the ankle in the offseason and forearm in the preseason. At the end of the day, he’d much rather be out here than in the training room, so I’m sure he’s excited about it.”
The Broncos’ full injury report for their Week 5 game against New England will be announced tomorrow. Meanwhile, ten Patriots will limited in practice on Wednesday and
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