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Injury Report: Graham Glasgow among Broncos to miss Wednesday practice ahead of #DENvsCAR

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Guard Graham Glasgow did not practice Wednesday after suffering a foot injury in Sunday's game against the Chiefs.

Glasgow exited the game and tried to return briefly before ultimately being replaced by Austin Schlottmann for most of the contest. Glasgow played 24 of the team's 66 offensive snaps against the Chiefs.

Linebacker Mark Barron (illness) and tackle Demar Dotson (not injury related/hand) also did not practice.

Wide receiver Jerry Jeudy (ankle), safety Trey Marshall (shin) and outside linebacker Malik Reed (ankle) were limited, while running back Phillip Lindsay (knee) was a full participant.

Marshall had not practiced in several weeks and has not played since Week 11.

Defensive back Will Parks made his Broncos return at practice, while outside linebacker Derrek Tuszka also returned to the field. Tuszka has been on injured reserve since late October.

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