The veteran Denver receiver is nursing wrist and hip injuries.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Brandon Stokley was limited in practice for the second day in a row, as the 14-year veteran is nursing injuries to his wrist and hip following the win over the Kansas City Chiefs this past Sunday.
Stokley's limited participation means he has taken less than 100 percent of his normal practice reps, but the receiver still seems on track to be available for Denver as it hosts the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium.
Stockley has been an integral part to the Broncos' potent passing game under quarterback Peyton Manning. After playing in only two games in 2011 for the New York Giants, Stokley nearly called it a career until Manning convinced the 6'0" receiver to reunite with him in Denver.
This season, Stokley has recorded 449 yards on 36 receptions for a 12.5 yards-per-reception average, while also hauling in five touchdown passes.