ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Nose tackle Mike Purcell (knee) and guard Graham Glasgow (illness) are questionable for Sunday's game against the Jets.
Fangio said he feels "pretty good" about Purcell's ability to play. Purcell was a limited participant on Thursday and Friday after missing Wednesday's practice. Glasgow was a full participant on Thursday and Friday, but he remains listed as questionable.
"I think Graham, right now, is going to play," Fangio said. "Obviously if something changes between now and game day, we'll inform everybody."
Glasgow returned to practice this week for the first time since suffering an irregular heartbeat during the Broncos' Week 1 game in New York. He did not play against the Jaguars in Week 2.
Tight end Noah Fant (ankle) and wide receivers Tim Patrick (hip) and Courtland Sutton (hip) were all full participants on Friday, and all are expected to play Sunday after being listed as limited earlier in the week.
Wide receiver Diontae Spencer was added to the injury report as a limited participant with an ankle injury, but he was not given a game status. He is expected to play vs. New York.
Outside linebacker Malik Reed, who missed Friday's practice due to a personal matter, is also expected to play. He was a full participant earlier in the week with an ankle injury. He is now also listed with a thumb injury, but that did not impact his practice status.
The Jets ruled out running back Tevin Coleman with a non-COVID illness and listed wide receiver Jamison Crowder as doubtful. Defensive lineman John Franklin-Myers is listed as questionable.