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Broncos Injury Report: DE Derek Wolfe clears concussion protocol


ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Defensive end Derek Wolfe has cleared concussion protocol and will be ready for Saturday night's game, Head Coach Vance Joseph announced Thursday.

"He's not [in the protocol anymore]," Joseph said. "He passed. He's totally cleared. He's ready to go."

Wolfe is officially listed as questionable and was limited in Thursday's practice.

Cornerbacks Chris Harris Jr. (leg) and Isaac Yiadom (shoulder) and Shaquil Barrett (hip) were ruled out.

Cornerback Tramaine Brock (ribs), tight end Matt LaCosse (shoulder), linebacker Brandon Marshall (knee) and wide receiver Courtland Sutton (quad) were all full participants in practice on Thursday after being limited Wednesday.

None of those four players were given injury designations for Saturday's game, which means they are all expected to be available to play.

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