Broncos injury report: Robert Ayers, Brandon Stokley questionable vs. Bucs

Chris Humphreys-US PRESSWIRE

Defensive end Robert Ayers and wide receiver Brandon Stokley are both questionable for the Denver Broncos on Sunday when they take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Denver Broncos defensive end Robert Ayers and wide receiver Brandon Stokley are both listed as questionable for the Broncos' game on Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Ayers has been in New Jersey all week to deal with the death of his father. The funeral is on Saturday and it is unknown if Ayers will return in time for Sunday's game.

Stokley has been limited at practice all week with wrist and hip injuries. Stokley was injured during the Broncos 17-9 win over the Chiefs, but did not leave the game for an extended time. He has not missed a game this season and has 36 receptions for 449 yards and five touchdowns.

Backup tackle Chris Clark is also listed as questionable with an illness.

Tight end Virgil Green (hamstring), defensive lineman Malik Jackson (finger), guard Chris Kuper (ankle), cornerback Tracy Porter (illness), guard Manny Ramirez (back), and wide receiver Demaryius Thomas (knee) are all listed as probable after fully participating in practice on Friday.

The Broncos host the Bucs on Sunday; kickoff is at 2:05 p.m. PT.

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