ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Outside linebacker Bradley Chubb returned to practice Thursday on a limited basis.
Chubb, who did not practice Wednesday with an ankle injury, took part in the stretching period and individual drills before working with a trainer during the media-viewing portion of practice.
Head Coach Vic Fangio said Thursday that Chubb and safety Trey Marshall (quad) were "50/50 right now" to play in the season finale against the Raiders. Marshall did not practice Thursday.
Chubb initially suffered his injury in Week 15 against the Bills and missed the team's Week 16 contest with the Chargers.
Defensive end Shelby Harris (knee) and wide receiver KJ Hamler (concussion) also did not practice Thursday. Both players sustained their injuries against the Chargers.
Harris was placed on injured reserve on Thursday afternoon.
Running back LeVante Bellamy (ankle) and outside linebacker Anthony Chickillo (ribs) remained limited, while defensive lineman DeShawn Williams (knee) was a full participant. Guard Graham Glasgow was added to the report with a shoulder injury, but he was a full participant on Thursday.