STANFORD, Calif. --All Broncos players had full participation in Friday's practice and every player on the injury report is listed as probable for Super Bowl 50.
That list included safeties Darian Stewart (knee) and T.J. Ward (ankle) and right guard Louis Vasquez (knee), all of whom were hindered by injuries in the AFC Championship Game. After seeing limited work Wednesday, all three had full participation during the last two days of practice at Stanford Stadium.
"The preparation has been good all week," Broncos Head Coach Gary Kubiak told pool reporter Peter King of TheMMQB.com. "The only thing [that would have been better] is if our safeties had been good to go for two weeks. But they're ready for the game, so that's what counts."
Denver conducted a one-hour practice Friday without helmets, as has been the team's standard operating procedure in recent weeks.
ON THE FIELD,Peyton Manning was on point for a second consecutive day, with just one incompletion during team and seven-on-seven work.
"It's been a good week," Kubiak said via the pool report. "It's been a good two weeks, really. You see they're ready.
"They may be a little mentally tired -- just a little bit. They need to go rest for a couple of days and get ready to cut it loose Sunday."
The Broncos will hold a walk-through session Saturday at Levi's Stadium to get their final on-field polishing done before the game. The team will then remain in its headquarters hotel for the week and will not move to another hotel the night before the game, as it did for Super Bowl XLVIII.
FOR THE PANTHERS,the only three names on their injury report -- DE Jared Allen, LB Thomas Davis and FB Mike Tolbert -- were all listed as probable and are expected to play Sunday. Davis practiced this week with a cast on the arm that he fractured in the NFC Championship Game on Jan. 25.
The Broncos turned in their final practice before Super Bowl 50 Friday morning. (All photos by Eric Lars Bakke)
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