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Injury Report for Week 3 2013 Monday Night Football game between the Denver Broncos and Oakland Raiders. Champ Bailey and Joel Dreessen are both questionable, meaning they each have a 50-50 chance of playing. That means at least one will, right?*

Justin Edmonds

PRACTICE REPORT/GAME STATUS

Week 3-Denver Broncos vs Oakland Raiders

Saturday, September 21, 2013

Denver Broncos

Player

Pos.

Injury

Thur. Participation

Fri. Participation

Sat. Participation

Game Status

Phillips, Shaun

LB

Back

---

---

DNP

QUESTIONABLE

Tamme, Jacob

TE

Non-Injury

---

DNP

FULL

PROBABLE

Bailey, Champ

CB

Foot

LIMITED

LIMITED

LIMITED

QUESTIONABLE

Dreessen, Joel

TE

Knee

LIMITED

LIMITED

LIMITED

QUESTIONABLE

Ihenacho, Duke

S

Ankle

LIMITED

LIMITED

FULL

PROBABLE

Anderson, C.J.

RB

Knee

FULL

FULL

FULL

PROBABLE

Bolden, Omar

CB

Shoulder

FULL

FULL

FULL

PROBABLE

Brewer, Aaron

LS

Rib

FULL

FULL

FULL

PROBABLE

Decker, Eric

WR

Shoulder

FULL

FULL

FULL

PROBABLE

Kuper, Chris

G

Ankle

FULL

FULL

FULL

PROBABLE

Welker, Wes

WR

Ankle

FULL

FULL

FULL

PROBABLE

Oakland Raiders

Player

Pos.

Injury

Thur. Participation

Fri. Participation

Sat. Participation

Game Status

Ausberry, David

TE

Shoulder

DNP

DNP

DNP

OUT

Branch, Tyvon

S

Ankle

DNP

DNP

DNP

OUT

Nix, Lucas

G

Ankle

DNP

LIMITED

LIMITED

QUESTIONABLE

Watson, Menelik

T

Knee

DNP

DNP

DNP

OUT

STATUS DEFINITIONS:                  

BOLD-Indicates change in status

Out - player definitely will not play

Doubtful - at least 75% chance player will not play

Questionable - 50-50 chance player will not play

Probable - virtual certainty player will be available for normal duty

*Math nerd disclaimer - Comment up top was tongue-in-cheek. I am perfectly aware what Champ and Dreessen listed as questionable means, statistically (Bachelor's degree in mathematics here). I don't anticipate the Broncos playing either guy. Give 'em another week to rest against Oakland.

Shaun Phillips missed Saturday's practice due to back spasms. He really is a 50-50 play, in my mind.