ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Running back Phillip Lindsay (knee), wide receiver Jerry Jeudy (ankle) and outside linebacker Malik Reed (shin) are questionable for Sunday's game against the Chiefs.
Safety Trey Marshall (shin) has been ruled out. All other players are expected to be available for the "Sunday Night Football" matchup in Kansas City.
These game statuses may be subject to change, as the Broncos had not finished practicing Friday when the statuses were announced.
Lindsay and Reed did not practice Wednesday before returning to practice on Thursday and Friday, while Jeudy practiced on a limited basis early in the week.
Head Coach Vic Fangio said Friday that if Jeudy and Lindsay are able to play, they may not be at full strength.
"Not limited tremendously, but yeah, obviously if their injury starts aggravating them a little bit they could be [limited], yes," Fangio said.
Defensive end Shelby Harris was not listed on the team's injury report this week after being activated from the team's Reserve/COVID-19 list, but Fangio said Harris would not have a full workload in his first game back since Week 8.
"As of today, he will play unless he has any setbacks between now and game day," Fangio said. "He won't be able to play his normal allotment of plays. We're going to have to get him in and out of there a bunch. But yes, we're anticipating him playing unless he has any setbacks."
Harris said it would be unrealistic to expect him to play 60 plays or more.
"Injuries happen when you overwork yourself coming back into the flow of things," Harris said. "You just have to be smart with it. There's no way I'm ready to play 60, 70, 80 snaps. That's impossible — I've been out four weeks. It's all about managing and they've been doing a great job all week making sure that I'm good and it's not about, 'Yeah, we need you out there to play as many snaps as possible.' It's about, 'How do you feel?' and, 'How hard can you go on this play?' They've been doing a great job. So, I can't put a number on it, but I'll be out there."