Broncos vs. Ravens injury report: Woodyard, Kuper limited in practice

Thearon W. Henderson

Peyton Manning's go-to receiver Demaryius Thomas was a full participant in practice, while Wesley Woodyard and Chris Kuper were limited with ankle injuries.

The Denver Broncos injury report this week included three wide receivers, most notably Demayius Thomas who suffered a shoulder injury in the win over the Oakland Raiders this past Thursday. Thomas though, was a full participant in practice, whereas linebacker Wesley Woodyard and guard Chris Kuper were the only players limited.

Also on the report were wideouts Matthew Willis and Trindon Holliday, who both practiced fully despite their knee injuries.

Thomas left Thursday's game in the second quarter before returning in the third to reel in three more catches for 51 yards. He leads Peyton Manning's passing attack in targets (110), receptions (73), receiving yards (1,197) and is tied for touchdowns with fellow receiver Eric Decker (eight).

Woodyard, meanwhile, has been integral on the opposite side of the ball, recording a team-high 100 tackles and three interceptions.

Denver will hope to be at full strength this week against the Baltimore Ravens, leaders of the AFC North, in a potential playoff preview.

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