ENGLEWOOD, Colo. —Head Coach Vance Joseph expects outside linebacker Shaquil Barrett (hip) to play Monday for the first time since a Week 12 game against Pittsburgh, he said Thursday.
"I think Shaq's going to be ready to go," Joseph said. "He's missed a couple weeks here. He looked fine today, and he wants to go. So I'm assuming he's going to go."
Barrett was a limited participant in Thursday's practice along with wide receiver Courtland Sutton (quad), cornerback Isaac Yiadom (shoulder) and linebacker Brandon Marshall (knee).
Joseph said Yiadom, who suffered an injury against San Francisco in Week 14, could also be ready to play.
"It's really about pain tolerance and if the shoulder is stable enough to tackle," Joseph said. "That's what it's about. He wants to go, and he's going to practice all week. So we'll see how the week ends."
Tight end Matt LaCosse (ankle) and cornerback Brendan Langley (concussion) both did not participate in practice.