Denver Broncos starting right guard Chris Kuper is the only player currently out against the Texans on Sunday, per Gary Caldwell of DenverBroncos.com.
Kuper suffered a broken forearm during training camp in August and has already missed the first two games of the season. It's likely he is a week away from returning after practicing just once in the lead up to this Sunday's game.
Cornerback Chris Harris and linebacker Von Miller are listed as probable, as is receiver Brandon Stokely. Harris and Miller were both limited at times in practice this week. Stokely, listed as having a shoulder injury, was a full participant in practice this week.
Cornerback Tracy Porter is also listed as probable with a neck injury, with tight end Joel Dreessen also probable for the game against the Texans. Dreessen is listed as having a rib injury.
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