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Injury Report: Malik Reed, Tim Patrick among five Broncos to return to practice on Thursday


ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Five of the nine Broncos who did not practice on Wednesday returned to the field for the Broncos' Thursday practice.

Defensive lineman McTelvin Agim (knee), tight end Albert Okwuegbunam (knee), wide receiver Tim Patrick (knee), outside linebacker Malik Reed (hip) and safety Caden Sterns (shoulder) returned as limited participants after missing Wednesday's session.

Reed is the lone player from the group to not play against Dallas.

Tackles Garett Bolles (ankle) and Bobby Massie (ankle), defensive end Shelby Harris (illness) and cornerback Pat Surtain II (knee) remained out of practice for the second consecutive day.

Guard Dalton Risner (foot), linebacker Baron Browning (back) and guard Austin Schlottmann (not injury related) were added to the list of non-participants after being limited on Wednesday. Head Coach Vic Fangio said Risner had his foot stepped on during Wednesday's practice but noted he would be fine. Running back Mike Boone was added as a limited participant with a hip injury.

Browning and Surtain were among the players to work on a side field during Thursday's practice.

The Broncos will announce game statuses for their Week 10 game against the Eagles on Friday.

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