On Wednesday, the entire 53-man roster participated in practice.
Today, the news got even better for the Broncos, as every player on the roster was listed with full participation in Thursday’s session.
That includes guard Chris Kuper and linebacker Nate Irving, who were both limited on Wednesday.
It marks Kuper’s first full practice since fracturing his forearm in training camp on Aug. 14. Thursday was Irving’s first full practice since suffering a concussion in Week 3 against the Houston Texans.
Fox said Kuper’s status for Sunday’s game in New England is still up in the air, but if he were able to play, “it would be great.”
“He’s been through a lot with the ankle in the offseason and forearm in the preseason,” Fox said of the team captain. “At the end of the day, he’d much rather be out here than in the training room, so I’m sure he’s excited about it.”