ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Broncos have listed six players as questionable and ruled one player out for their Week 4 matchup with the Ravens.
Denver will be without starting guard Graham Glasgow for the second time this season, as he has been ruled out with a knee injury.
Guard Dalton Risner (ankle), running back Melvin Gordon III (ribs/lower leg), outside linebacker Andre Mintze (hamstring), defensive end Shelby Harris (wrist/illness), linebacker Baron Browning (back) and defensive end Dre'Mont Jones (calf) will be listed as questionable for the game.
Risner practiced Friday for the first time this week and was a limited participant.
"I did watch a little bit," Fangio said. "[I] want to go in and watch the tape. Everything's open with Dalton: He could be out, he could dress and be a backup, he could dress and play."
Fangio said second-year player Netane Muti would start in Glasgow's absence. Quinn Meinerz would likely take Risner's spot if he's unable to play. Risner has started all 35 games for the team since he was drafted in 2019.
Gordon and Mintze were limited throughout the week, while Harris was only limited Friday as an illness was added to his injury designation.
Browning and Jones were added to the team's injury report on Friday. Browning did not practice Friday, while Jones was a limited participant.
Defensive lineman Mike Purcell (knee), outside linebacker Malik Reed (ankle/thumb) and linebacker Justin Strnad (hand) were full participants and not given game statuses, which indicates they will be available to play.
Fangio said running back Mike Boone could play Sunday based on his practice performance but noted that the team "may wait another week on him." Boone was designated for return from IR this week but is not on the team's active roster.