The Broncos began their prep today as they start to get ready for the New England Patriots Sunday.
It was a busy day as Pats cornerback Stephon Gilmore tested positive for COVID-19, but as of now the game for Sunday afternoon is on.
The Pats held “virtual work,” while the Broncos did have a normal practice.
One player many are keeping an eye on is quarterback Drew Lock, who was listed as a limited participant for the first time since hurting his right shoulder against the Steelers in week two at Heinz Field.
Broncos coach Vic Fangio said last week that Lock has a 50/50 shot to play this week and things should be heading in an upward direction after Wednesday’s practice.
Running back Phillip Lindsay was a full participant in Wednesday’s practice, more good news for the squad. Lindsay hasn’t played since week one.
Linebacker Jeremiah Attaochu (quad), tight end Noah Fant (ankle), and wide receiver KJ Hamler (hamstring) didn’t practice.
Fangio said Hamler won’t play this week, and it doesn’t sound like Fant will be on the field either.
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