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Injury Report: Phillip Lindsay, Davontae Harris questionable for #DENvsNYJ

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ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Running back Phillip Lindsay could make his return to the field Thursday, as he is officially listed as questionable for a prime-time game against the Jets.

The running back has not played since Week 1, when he suffered a foot injury.

Cornerback Davontae Harris (hamstring) is also listed as questionable for the game.

Both Lindsay and Harris were limited on Wednesday as the Broncos practiced ahead of leaving for the east coast.

Outside linebacker Jeremiah Attaochu was estimated as limited earlier in the week, but he did not practice Wednesday and was ruled out for the game with a quadricep injury. Quarterback Drew Lock (shoulder) was also ruled out, as he did not practice this week.

Cornerback Bryce Callahan (wrist), Shelby Harris (neck/quadricep), Kareem Jackson (back) and Trey Marshall (wrist) were full participants in Wednesday's practice and were not given game statuses. That indicates they will be able to play against the Jets.

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