As the Broncos reconvened for practice on Friday morning, safety John Lynch joined them for the 90-minute session. However, for a second straight day he was limited in his work and is listed as questionable for Sunday’s game at Detroit.
“(It’s the) same thing we talked about (Thursday). We’ll kind of get a feel for him as time goes on,” Head Coach Mike Shanahan said. “We’ll get a chance to see him before the game, hit him a little bit and see how it feels.”
Cornerback Champ Bailey (quadriceps muscle), defensive tackle Antwon Burton (ankle), running back Travis Henry (ribs), guard Montrae Holland (shoulder) and linebacker D.J. Williams (shoulder) all fully participated in Friday’s practice; each is listed as probable for Sunday’s game. Wide receiver Brandon Stokley was added to the injury report on Friday with a hamstring problem, but he, too, made it through the full morning of work.
Wide receiver Javon Walker and defensive end Jarvis Moss are the only players on the 53-man roster ruled out for Sunday’s game. Moss, who suffered a season-ending right leg injury (fractured fibula and torn ankle ligaments) on Thursday, is expected to be placed on injured reserve at some point in the near future.