Running back Travis Henry did not take part in Wednesday’s session because of bruised ribs. “Travis is a little sore right now,” Head Coach Mike Shanahan said.
Cornerback Champ Bailey was in uniform Wednesday, but his participation was limited. Bailey sat out last Sunday’s game against Pittsburgh and missed all of the practices on the Wednesday and Thursday leading up to the game and was limited on Friday.
Fellow cornerback Dre’ Bly, however, took part in the full day’s work.
“For the most part, I’m fine. I’m rehabbing it, and I’ll be fine for Monday night,” he said.
Bly said his rehabilitation work entails “just doing flexibility movements and continuing to ice it and doing stretches and stuff like that. For the most part, it’s just keeping it protected until the game. I can’t afford to fall on it or anything like that. (I’ll) keep it secure throughout the week and then play football on Monday.”
Tight end Tony Scheffler, who hobbled off the field with a lower leg injury Sunday night, also fully participated in the practice Wednesday. The same was true for safety Hamza Abdullah, who has been sidelined for over a month with a hip injury.
Defensive tackle Sam Adams, as is custom, did not take part in the Wednesday session.
The exact status for each player — probable, questionable, doubtful or out — will be determined after Friday’s session. The Green Bay Packers did not practice Wednesday and are on a Thursday/Friday/Saturday schedule, so there’ll be no reports on the status of their players until Thursday.