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The Denver Broncos saw both Melvin Gordon and Kareem Jackson trend in the right direction on Thursday as the team prepares for the Las Vegas Raiders.
Some good news for the Denver Broncos as both starters who were non-participants yesterday were able to practice on a limited bases, which is a good sign they will be good to go on Sunday barring any setbacks. Both safety Kareem Jackson and running back Melvin Gordon are trending in the right direction. Defensive lineman Mike Purcell is also trending in the right direction moving from a limited participant to full on Thursday.
Meanwhile, the Las Vegas Raiders have all sorts of injuries to track. The big one today would be running back Josh Jacobs coming down with an illness. Being this early in the week and provided its not COVID-related, he should be good to go come Sunday. Safety Jonathan Abram was also downgraded to limited and defensive tackle Quinton Jefferson was held out of practice entirely.
Here is your full Thursday practice participation report for both teams.
BOLD – Indicates change in status; NIR- Indicates not injury related; *– Team did not practice / report is an estimation;
STATUS DEFINITIONS: Did not participate (DNP); Limited: means less than 100 percent of a player’s normal repetitions; Full—100 percent of player’s normal repetitions; Out: will not play; Doubtful: Unlikely to play; Questionable: Uncertain to play