ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Outside linebacker Bradley Chubb and guard Graham Glasgow did not participate in Wednesday's practice, but Head Coach Vic Fangio said both players were "getting better."
Chubb, who exited Saturday's practice at Empower Field at Mile High as a precaution after team trainers examined his left knee, will be "back out there soon," according to Fangio.
The Broncos' reserve pass-rushers may have to be ready for Week 1, as Fangio said Chubb "might not be able to take a full [workload] right off the bat."
Glasgow, meanwhile, could practice in the coming days after spraining his ankle on Saturday.
"I think we'll see him next week out there," Fangio said.
Tight end Troy Fumagalli remained out as he recovered from a procedure, and outside linebacker Von Miller observed practice as Fangio gave him the practice off.
Cornerback Michael Ojemudia (quad), safety Alijah Holder (soft tissue) and wide receiver Juwann Winfree (groin) returned to practice on a limited basis and participated in individual drills.
"They went through practice on a limited basis, did some individual," Fangio said. "It's kind of the natural progression. [We'll] see how they did today and evaluate it for tomorrow and Friday."
Wide receiver KJ Hamler (hamstring) and linebacker Todd Davis (calf) worked with trainers on a side field after the team's stretching period.
Tight end Austin Fort remains out with a knee injury.