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Wednesday Injury Report: Champ's Back!

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Champ Bailey returned as a full participant to the practice field today.

Christian Petersen

DENVER BRONCOS

Player

Injury

Wednesday

DE Robert Ayers

Shoulder

Did Not Participate

CB Chris Harris

Concussion

Did Not Participate

LB Wesley Woodyard

Neck

Did Not Participate

CB Champ Bailey

Foot

Full

WR Eric Decker

Ankle

Full

TE Joel Dreessen

Knee

Full

RB Ronnie Hillman

Ankle

Full

G Chris Kuper

Ankle

Full

LB Paris Lenon

Thigh

Full

K Matt Prater

Right Calf

Full

C Manny Ramirez

Ankle

Full

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS

Player

Injury

Wednesday

WR Mike Brown

Back

Did Not Participate

WR Stephen Burton

Concussion

Did Not Participate

QB Blaine Gabbert

Hamstring

Did Not Participate

CB Dwayne Gratz

Ankle

Did Not Participate

TE Marcedes Lewis

Calf

Did Not Participate

DT Sen'Derrick Marks

Knee

Did Not Participate

C Brad Meester

Not Injury Related

Did Not Participate

DT Roy Miller

Shoulder

Did Not Participate

DT Jeremy Mincey

Concussion

Did Not Participate

LB Geno Hayes

Hip Flexor

Limited

WR Cecil Shorts

Groin

Limited

Going back and watching the film of the Dallas game, Robert Ayers was blasted by Duke Ihenacho with a helmet to the backside of his left shoulder while they were trying to make a tackle.

On Woodyard's injury it appeared as if an awkward double team jammed his hand or forearm.  Didn't look like a "shoulder" injury to me.

It's good to have Champ back!

GO BRONCOS!

UPDATE

via Jeff Legwold and ESPN.com, Harris being kept out of practice is all part of "concussion protocol"

Cornerback Chris Harris was held out of Wednesday's practice per the league's concussion protocol. The policy reads if a player passes a cognitive test on Monday he can usually return to a full practice on Friday if he remains symptom free. Harris, who has started in place of Bailey thus far this season, wore his helmet during Wednesday's practice, but while his teammates were in full gear for the practice - as is customary for Wednesday practice for the Broncos - Harris did not have any pads on. However, following practice Harris said he was not experiencing any symptoms. "It was just a hard hit,'' Harris said. "

Friday will tell us whether or not he is a go.