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Injury Report: DE Dre'Mont Jones among five Broncos to return to practice


ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Five Broncos returned to practice on Thursday after missing the team's Wednesday session.

Running back Melvin Gordon III (thumb/hip), safety Kareem Jackson (back), defensive end Dre'Mont Jones (foot), tackle Bobby Massie (not injury related) and defensive lineman Shamar Stephen (knee) all returned to practice.

Gordon, Jackson, Jones and Stephen were all limited participants, while Massie was a full participant.

Head Coach Vic Fangio said Jones' availability for Denver's game in Las Vegas is yet to be determined.

"Today's work will be a big indicator — today and tomorrow," Fangio said Thursday.

Jones missed Sunday's loss to the Bengals with the foot injury that he suffered against the Lions.

Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater and inside linebacker Kenny Young did not practice with concussions.

Fangio said Young had progressed to light workouts on a side field, which is a step in returning to game action after suffering a concussion against the Lions.

Defensive end Shelby Harris (ankle), tight end Albert Okwuegbunam (knee), defensive lineman Mike Purcell (thumb/neck) and running back Javonte Williams (knee) remained limited participants, while outside linebacker Bradley Chubb (shoulder/ankle), guard/center Quinn Meinerz (back/rib), safety Caden Sterns (shoulder/neck) and wide receiver Courtland Sutton (wrist) improved to full participants.

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