ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Wide receiver Jerry Jeudy (shoulder) is among five Broncos who are questionable to play in Sunday's game against the Raiders, the team announced Friday.
Jeudy suffered a shoulder injury against the Falcons and did not practice Wednesday before being limited on Thursday and Friday. Head Coach Vic Fangio, though, said Friday that he is "pretty confident" Jeudy would be able to play.
Tackle Demar Dotson (groin/hand), cornerback Bryce Callahan (ankle), tackle Jake Rodgers (shoulder) and wide receiver Diontae Spencer (shoulder) were also listed as questionable.
"[Dotson is] going to try a little bit today and we'll have a better feel of that after today's practice," Fangio said. "… Jake won't practice today, but he's making progress and that will be a game-day decision with him also."
Fangio said he believes Callahan will be able to play Sunday.
Linebacker Joe Jones was ruled out with a calf injury.
Callahan and Spencer were full participants on Friday after being limited earlier in the week. Dotson did not practice Wednesday or Thursday but was limited on Friday. Rodgers, meanwhile, did not practice on Thursday or Friday.
If neither Dotson nor Rodgers can play on Sunday, Calvin Anderson would be expected to get the start at right tackle.
"I think he's developed well," Fangio said of Anderson. "I like what I see from him. I know our defensive players respect him and his ability. I think [Offensive Line Coach] Mike [Munchak] and 'Kupe' [Assistant Offensive Line Coach Chris Kuper] have done a good job bringing him along. If he has to play on Sunday, I'm kind of anxious to see him play, and I think he'll play well."
Cornerback A.J. Bouye (concussion), tight end Noah Fant (ankle), wide receiver Tim Patrick (hamstring) and guard Austin Schlottmann (ribs) were not given game statuses after being limited earlier in the week. The lack of a game status indicates they will be available for Sunday's game.
Guard Graham Glasgow, who was activated from the Reserve/COVID-19 list this week, is expected to be able to play the entire game.
"After not playing football for a couple weeks, [I'm] a little rusty — but other than that I've been working through that and getting better this week," Glasgow said. "I think that the conditioning aspect shouldn't be an issue and I'm just trying to go out there and play a good game on Sunday."