ENGLEWOOD, Colo. —Outside linebacker Bradley Chubb, guard Graham Glasgow and wide receiver KJ Hamler participated in the media-viewing portion of Tuesday's practice as the Broncos prepare for their Week 1 game against the Tennessee Titans.
Glasgow (ankle) and Chubb (knee) had not practiced since exiting the Broncos' practice at Empower Field at Mile High on Aug. 29. Hamler, meanwhile, had not practiced since Aug. 19 after suffering a hamstring injury.
Head Coach Vic Fangio said before practice that Glasgow and Chubb would do "some work" on Tuesday, and that he believed they should be able to play on Sept. 14.
"We'll see where they're at and we'll go from there," Fangio said. "I feel like they'll be fine as the week goes on, but it's still a fluid situation."
Hamler, though, is "highly questionable" to play in Week 1, as is linebacker Mark Barron. The Broncos' new addition at the linebacker position suffered a hamstring injury on Friday during the team's stadium practice, and Fangio said he would not practice Tuesday. Hamler is expected to "try to do a little bit," Fangio said.
If Barron cannot play Monday against the Titans, Fangio said Alexander Johnson and Josey Jewell would "play the bulk" of the game. Austin Calitro and Joe Jones could also contribute.