ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Wide receiver Courtland Sutton practiced for the second consecutive day with a shoulder injury, but the 2019 Pro Bowler is questionable for Sunday's game against the Steelers, according to Head Coach Vic Fangio.
"He did fine [on Wednesday]," Fangio said before Thursday's practice. "He still has to recover from it some more. He's questionable for this game. We'll see what kind of progress he makes in the next couple days."
Sutton was limited on both Wednesday and Thursday.
Tackle Garett Bolles was also limited for the second consecutive day with an elbow injury.
"He's got a little issue with his elbow that he's working through," Fangio said. "We think he'll be all right."
Bolles did more during Thursday's media-viewing portion of practice than he did on Friday. Wide receiver Tyrie Cleveland (hip) was the only other player that was limited.
Running back Phillip Lindsay (toe) did not practice for the second consecutive day. Fangio said Wednesday that he was "not sure" of Lindsay's status for the Week 2 game.
Linebacker Mark Barron (hamstring) also missed practice, but he worked on a side field. He has not practiced since Sept. 4.
Safeties Kareem Jackson (not injury related) and Trey Marshall (wrist) returned to being full participants after not practicing and being limited, respectively, on Wednesday.