ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- The bruised ankle that wide receiver
"I can’t say that now, but I’m good to go," he said.
Limited by the ankle injury, his two catches for 11 yards against Buffalo last Sunday represented his lowest tallies since going without a reception at San Diego on Nov. 27, 2011.
Thomas was joined on the practice field by fellow wide receiver
Anderson said he compensated for the practice repetitions he did not take Wednesday by focusing on mental preparation.
"You've got to get in the tape a little bit more, you've got to watch a little bit more," Anderson said. "Part of being a professional is putting yourself in a position (to contribute), even though you might not get the reps.
"I'll be ready to go Sunday. My ankle's feeling fine. I'm ready to rock and roll."
Anderson gained 58 yards and scored three touchdowns last Sunday in spite of hobbling off the field on multiple occasions. He said after the game that he first hurt the ankle a week earlier at Kansas City.
The trio of offensive playmakers returned after sitting out Wednesday with various injuries: Thomas to his foot and Welker and Anderson to their ankles.
Carter was on hand watching his fellow safeties work, while Tamme stretched at the start of practice and Ball continued to work out with a team strength-and-conditioning coach.
Fellow running back
"I think he's looked pretty good getting back the last couple of weeks of practice," Defensive Coordinator Jack Del Rio said. "(Head) Coach (John) Fox will determine how much he plays, but I know there's a window there for him, and we'll see what Coach decides.
"But it's good to have all the healthy bodies we can, and Danny's obviously a good player, and it's great to have him back in the mix."
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