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The Broncos released their first injury report of the week on Wednesday, and the team looks relatively healthy at this point.
The Denver Broncos released their first injury report of the week on Wednesday. The team looks relatively healthy heading into its game against the New England Patriots, as only five players are listed -- and all of them were participants in some form at Wednesday's practice.
Linebacker Nate Irving (concussion) and guard Chris Kuper (forearm) were limited, while cornerbacks Chris Harris (ankle) and Tracy Porter (shoulder), as well as wide receiver Matthew Willis (hamstring), were not held back.
Irving, Kuper, and Willis all missed Sunday's victory over the Oakland Raiders, but Irving and Willis have a good shot at playing this weekend. Meanwhile, Kuper's status is still up in the air as he continues to recover from a fractured forearm and a severe leg injury, which kept him out of the Broncos' first four games.
The Broncos will kick off against the Patriots at 2:25 p.m. MT on Sunday at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Mass.