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WR Courtland Sutton ruled active for #DENvsPIT, RB Phillip Lindsay among inactives


Courtland Sutton is back.

The 2019 Pro Bowler is active for Sunday's game against the Steelers, the team announced 90 minutes before kickoff.

Sutton missed the Broncos' Week 1 game after suffering a shoulder injury during practice on Sept. 10. He was officially listed as questionable for Denver's Week 2 game in Pittsburgh, and he appears set to take the field.

Tackle Garett Bolles, who was listed as questionable with an elbow injury, is also active. Rookie wide receiver Tyrie Cleveland is inactive after being deemed questionable with a hip injury.

Running back Phillip Lindsay (toe) and linebacker Mark Barron (hamstring) were ruled out for the game on Friday.

Rookies Netane Muti, Albert Okwuegbunam and McTelvin Agim are healthy scratches for the second consecutive week.

New addition Anthony Chickillo was also listed as inactive after signing with the team on Friday.

A pair of players will be active for the first time in their young careers, as second-round pick KJ Hamler and undrafted free agent LeVante Bellamy both received jerseys for Sunday's game. Bellamy was elevated from the practice squad to the active roster on Saturday alongside Derrek Tuszka. The seventh-round pick will also be active.

The following Steelers are inactive: QB Josh Dobbs, LB Ulysees Gilbert III, G David DeCastro, DT Carlos Davis and TE Zach Gentry.

The Broncos are scheduled to kick off against the Steelers at 11 a.m. MT.

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