ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Broncos swapped a full-speed practice for a walkthrough Tuesday as they continue to get ready for "Thursday Night Football," and a trio of starters were listed as full participants on the team's estimation of a practice report.
Shelby Harris (neck/quadricep), Bryce Callahan (wrist) and Kareem Jackson (back) were estimated to be full participants after being listed among the players who would not have practiced on Monday.
All of the team's injury reports this week are simply estimations, as the Broncos won't hold a routine practice during the short week.
Outside linebacker Jeremiah Attaochu (quadricep), cornerback Davontae Harris (hamstring) and running back Phillip Lindsay (toe) were listed as limited participants.
Quarterback Drew Lock was the only player on the active roster who did not practice.
"Drew is doing good in his rehab," Head Coach Vic Fangio told KOA NewsRadio on Tuesday. "He's definitely going to be out this game. Don't know his status for the game that follows that. If it's not that game, then hopefully the game following that."
The Broncos travel to face the Patriots in Week 5 before returning home to play the Dolphins in Week 6.
While Lock was the only player who officially did not practice, the team moved a trio of players that includes Austin Calitro, Jurrell Casey and Elijah Wilkinson to injured reserve.
With Wilkinson unavailable, Head Coach Vic Fangio said Demar Dotson is expected to start at right tackle on Thursday.
"He's looked good," Fangio said of Dotson. "He's obviously an experienced player. He's probably played 10,000 snaps at right tackle in this league, so we feel good about putting him in there. He had a good camp with us. He's a hell of a good guy and good teammate. He's smart and experienced. We expect him to play well."
Tackle Jake Rodgers and defensive lineman Deyon Sizer, meanwhile, could be promoted or elevated to the active roster to help replace Wilkinson and Casey.