It was another frigid day at Dove Valley, and it doesn’t look like it’s going to warm up any time soon in Denver. That just means the players have been able to practice in conditions similar to what will likely be a very cold game on Sunday.
BACK ON THE FIELD
The biggest news Friday was that Ryan Clady and Chris Kuper both returned to practice after missing the first two days with injuries. Clady suffered a sprained ankle against the Panthers while Kuper broke a bone in his left hand.
“He practiced today and looked good, hopefully he’ll be able to go,” Head Coach Mike Shanahan said about Clady. “Same thing for Chris. He just has to handle the pain. He’s a tough guy.”
As for the players themselves? Well, offensive linemen are reknowned for their short responses to reporters’ questions, if they even are willing to hold an interview at all. But a few daring reporters attempted to get a word from Clady in the locker room after practice, and the rookie left tackle gave them two.
When asked if he was feeling well, “Yep” was Clady’s reply.
And when asked if he would play against the Bills?