Broncos injury report: Wesley Woodyard questionable, Demaryius Thomas probable

Justin Edmonds

The Denver Broncos have a huge game Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens. Here's the injury status of a few key players heading into the game.

The Denver Broncos released their weekly injury report Friday, and listed wide receiver Demaryius Thomas as probable and linebacker Wesley Woodyard as questionable. In addition, guard Chris Kuper is questionable with ankle injury and returner Trindon Holliday is probable.

According to the Denver Post, Woodyard said he expects to play Sunday, and Post writer Jeff Legwold said Witherspoon would be key for the Broncos to stop the Ravens' screen game, particularly involving Ray Rice. Witherspoon has been recovering from an ankle injury he suffered in last week's game against the Buccaneers that limited him to just three tackles.

Thomas, on the other hand, hasn't been limited at all. In his last three games, he has 17 receptions, 264 receiving yards and three touchdowns. He hurt his shoulder and was questionable before Thursday's game, so being probable before this game means any fantasy owners should continue to play him with confidence. As for reality, Thomas should continue to be Peyton Manning's favorite target.

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