After missing the first two weeks of the NFL season, linebacker Todd Davis appears ready to make his debut this season.
Davis has been a full participant in practice this week and will be officially listed as questionable heading into Sunday’s game in Green Bay. “There is no more probable,” head coach Vic Fangio said about the status.
While one key piece to the defense returns, cornerback Bryce Callahan has been limited all week and is also officially listed as questionable. “Not enough yet,” Fangio said about Callahan’s work load this week. Fangio would go on to say that waiting for the pain in Callahan’s foot is “a big part” into why his workload hasn’t increased yet. There isn’t quite as much optimism that he will play given his workload hasn’t increased yet.
Courtland Sutton was a full participant today after missing Thursday’s practice with what Fangio described as “discomfort after getting one of his weekly lifts in” and was not listed on the injury report.
Tackle Ja’Wuan James (knee), fullback Andy Janovich (pectoral) and linebacker Joe Jones (triceps) were listed as out. Fangio would say that James has not “had any setbacks” in his recovery, but there’s still no certain timetable for his return.
For the Green Bay Packers, seven-year veteran guard Lane Taylor will not play this week with a biceps injury, giving rookie Elgton Jenkins his first NFL start. Tight end Jimmy Graham was a limited participant today after missing Wednesday and Thursday’s practice sessions and is officially questionable. Linebacker Oren Burks is also listed as out, defensive lineman Montravious Adams is doubtful, and receivers Jake Kumerow, Darrius Shepherd and linebacker Kyler Fackrell are all questionable.