ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Wide receiver Jerry Jeudy did not practice Thursday after being limited with a foot injury during Wednesday's practice.
"It's been bugging him a little bit," Head Coach Vic Fangio said Thursday. "It's not his Achilles, but it's something else down there — I don't know the technical [name] of it."
Jeudy has been listed on the team's injury report several times this year, but he has appeared in all 10 of the Broncos' games.
Cornerback Bryce Callahan (foot), tackle Demar Dotson (calf/hand) and guard Graham Glasgow (calf) returned to practice on Thursday and participated on a limited basis. Outside linebacker Malik Reed (ankle) was added to the report as a limited participant. Joe Jones (calf) and Sylvester Williams (elbow) remained limited.
Trey Marshall (shin) did not participate for the second consecutive day.
Defensive end Shelby Harris was again at practice during the media-viewing portion, but he did not participate.
"He'll need to practice in order to play just because he's been out," Fangio said of Harris. "This will be I guess going on his fourth week, so he would need to practice. Until you see him off the list and practicing, you can assume he won't play."
Fangio also said it was unlikely linebacker Mark Barron would play this week after being activated from IR on Wednesday.
"I wouldn't say the chances are high that he's going to suit up on Sunday at this point," Fangio said.
The Broncos will announce game statuses on Friday for Sunday's contest against the Saints.