ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater was a full participant in Friday's practice and has "progressed nicely" as he recovers from a concussion, Head Coach Vic Fangio said Friday.
Bridgewater is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's game in Pittsburgh.
"He's cleared up to this point," Fangio said. "They'll decide tomorrow for the final verdict."
Fangio said Bridgewater had looked "good" at practice the previous two days and that he took most of the first-team reps on Friday.
Running back Melvin Gordon III (lower leg), wide receivers Courtland Sutton (ankle) and Diontae Spencer (chest) and cornerback Pat Surtain II (chest) are also listed as questionable for Sunday's game. All four players were limited on Friday, and Sutton was added to the report after not being listed on Wednesday and Thursday.
Tight end Albert Okwuegbunam (hamstring) was the only player who was ruled out.
"He's two days into it," Fangio said. "We'll see and make a decision by Saturday if it's worth putting him on IR or not."
Dalton Risner and Graham Glasgow were full participants on Friday and were not given game statuses, which indicates the two players will be available. Fangio said Friday they were trending toward playing.
Outside linebacker Andre Mintze and inside linebacker Baron Browning were also full participants and not given game statuses.
Running back Mike Boone and Cornerback Ronald Darby remain on injured reserve, but Fangio said it's possible either player could be activated to the 53-man roster ahead of Sunday's game.
Fangio said Darby would play a limited number of snaps if he plays against the Steelers.