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Broncos Injury Report: Aqib Talib, Derek Wolfe practice; Matt Paradis gets a rest day

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. --Cornerback Aqib Talib and defensive end Derek Wolfe continued practicing Thursday as the Broncos took their work inside the Pat Bowlen Fieldhouse because of high winds.

Center Matt Paradis was the only first-teamer on offense or defense who did not take part in Thursday's work. Paradis has received regular off-days because of a hip injury. He practiced Wednesday, as Kubiak planned to give him a respite from on-field work Thursday.

"He's going to be a one-day practice guy, but he's had some time off these two weeks," Head Coach Gary Kubiak said. "His hips have been bothering him. We'll get Matt to game day each week, but this week he's able to do a little bit more."

Long snapper Casey Kreiter was not on the field when the Broncos began practice after seeing limited work Wednesday because of a calf injury.

"He just didn't end up taking his full portion of practice, but he took the majority of it," Kubiak said after Wednesday's practice. "We'll see."

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