Ron Chenoy-US PRESSWIRE
Tracy Porter returned to practice on Thursday, giving the Broncos a completely healthy team, after sitting out for the last two weeks.
According to the Denver Post's Jeff Legwold, Denver Broncos' cornerback Tracy Porter returned to practice on Thursday at full capacity after being held out of the last two games due to what the team was calling symptoms possibly stemming from a seizure suffered in the preseason.
Porter, who was acquired by the Broncos during the off season as a free agent after playing his first four seasons for the New Orleans Saints, will be welcomed back with open arms as Denver travels to Cincinnati to face the recently struggling Bengals, and A.J. Green, who many have called the top wide receiver in the NFL. Alongside teammate Champ Bailey, Porter will attempt to stop Green for scoring a touchdown in his seventh straight game.
Porter's return also enabled the Broncos to have every member of the 53-man roster on the field for practice, a feat which often isn't achieved at the near halfway point of the season by any team.