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Saturday, September 20, 2014

Broncos Injury Report: Danny Trevathan, Lerentee McCray, Brandon McManus

By on 9/20/2014 01:00:00 PM

The Denver Broncos will get wide receiver Wes Welker back and have relatively few injuries heading into a Week 3 clash with the Seattle Seahawks:

The only player listed as officially out on Denver's final injury report is linebacker Lerentee McCray (knee). Denver had a few others limited in practice during the week, but just about everyone else should be at full strength.

A positive sign for the Broncos is that linebacker Danny Trevathan started practicing this week for the first time since fracturing his knee on August 12. Trevathan is listed as questionable and is unlikely to play against the Seahawks, but could return after Denver's Week 4 bye.

Everyone else on the injury report is listed as probable and should be at full capacity. Kicker Brandon McManus, replacing the suspended Matt Prater, was limited in practice Wednesday with a groin injury, but was back at full strength on Thursday.

Starting cornerback Chris Harris Jr. appears on the injury report with a knee problem, but was not limited in practice. Reserve safety David Bruton Jr. is expected to return after missing last week with a shoulder injury, while fellow backup safety Quinton Carter shouldn't be limited by a knee injury,

Star linebacker Von Miller is listed with a groin injury, but was not limited in practice this week. Defensive Tackle Marvin Austin missed practice on Wednesday due to a non-injury related reason and was back with the team later in the week.

On the offensive side, starting tackle Ryan Clady is still dealing with a foot problem that has been lingering for a few weeks, but shouldn't be limited. Reserve offensive lineman Ben Garland was limited in practice early in the week but is also probable with an ankle injury.

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