ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — If Wednesday’s practice is any indication, the Broncos should field a stronger secondary when they face the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday night.
Cornerbacks Adam Jones and Tramaine Brock both participated during the media-viewing portion of practice.
The Broncos will not release their first practice participation report until Thursday afternoon, but Head Coach Vance Joseph seemed to affirm his comments on Monday that both cornerbacks should be available to play against the Chiefs.
“They both looked fine,” Joseph said Wednesday.
Jones missed the last week of practice and Sunday’s game with a thigh injury, while Brock exited the Broncos’ game against the Raiders in the first quarter after suffering a groin strain.
Safety Dymonte Thomas also returned to the practice field after missing Week 3 with a abdominal injury.
Linebacker Brandon Marshall was the lone Broncos player who missed practice. He played in Sunday’s game, but missed the preceding week of practice with knee soreness.