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Broncos vs. Chiefs Wednesday practice report: Week 13

The Denver Broncos think that running back Phillip Lindsay should be good to go to play on Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs.

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On Wednesday, the Denver Broncos had multiple starters out of practice for various injuries. Phillip Lindsay with a knee, Demar Dotson with a hand issue, and both Trey Marshall and Malik Reed with shin injuries. Jerry Jeudy and P.J. Locke were limited in practice as well.

There was some good news to report as the knee injury that Lindsay suffered last week doesn’t appear to be serious enough for him to miss any games. As for Bryce Callahan’s injury to the same foot that sidelined him all of last season, Head Coach Vic Fangio thinks it could be a multiple week issue.

“He’s going to definitely miss this week,” Fangio said, “then we’ll see how he proceeds this week. It’s kind of up in the air, but [it] could be a couple of weeks probably.”

The Kansas City Chiefs are nearing full strength and most of their key starters should be available for the game on Sunday night.

Broncos injury report

Player Pos. Injury Wednesday Thursday Friday Game Status
Player Pos. Injury Wednesday Thursday Friday Game Status
Demar Dotson T Hand / NIR DNP
Phillip Lindsay RB Knee DNP
Trey Marshall S Shin DNP
Malik Reed OLB Shin DNP
Jerry Jeudy WR Ankle LIMITED
P.J. Locke S Shoulder LIMITED
Duke Dawson CB Chest FULL
Graham Glasgow G Calf FULL

Chiefs injury report

Player Pos. Injury Wednesday Thursday Friday Game Status
Player Pos. Injury Wednesday Thursday Friday Game Status
Bashaud Breeland CB Illness DNP
Dorian O'Daniel LB Ankle DNP
Tanoh Kpassagnon DE Hip LIMITED
Martinas Rankin T Knee LIMITED
Derrick Nnadi DT Ankle FULL
Austin Reiter C Knee FULL
Mike Remmers OL Neck / Rib FULL

BOLD - Indicates change in status; NIR­- Indicates not injury related; *- Team did not practice / report is an estimation.

STATUS DEFINITIONS: Did not participate (DNP); Limited: means less than 100 percent of a player’s normal repetitions; Full—100 percent of player’s normal repetitions; Out: will not play; Doubtful: Unlikely to play; Questionable: Uncertain to play.