ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Outside linebacker Bradley Chubb is among five Broncos questionable for Denver's regular-season finale against the Raiders.
Chubb was a limited participant for a second consecutive day with an ankle injury that he suffered in Week 15.
"It would be huge to finish on the field … but if I can't go, I can't go," Chubb said. "It's one of those things where I want to be out there and I want to finish the season off strong — start the new year off strong with these guys and look forward into this next year, but like I said, it's going to be [a] 50-50 [chance]. If I play, it's going to be cool and I can't wait to go out there. If I don't, I'm looking forward to being back out there with these guys next year."
Safety Trey Marshall (quad), outside linebacker Anthony Chickillo (ribs), running back LeVante Bellamy (knee) and guard Graham Glasgow (shoulder) are also questionable for Week 17.
Marshall did not practice Friday for the third consecutive day. Bellamy improved to a full participant, while Chickillo and Glasgow were limited.
Wide receiver KJ Hamler (concussion) was ruled out.
Head Coach Vic Fangio also provided updates Friday on several rehabbing Broncos, including wide receiver Courtland Sutton.
"Courtland's doing good," Fangio said. "I've talked to him a few times here recently. He came up to see me one day. He's where he should be at in this phase of his recovery. He's doing very, very well, and his attitude is great. He's attacking it."
Fangio also said he believed Von Miller and Bryce Callahan would simply need time to recover from their ailments. He said Callahan would not need surgery on his injured foot.