The Denver Broncos wrapped up their final practice on Friday before they head off to Houston to take on the Texans in Week 13. What are the official injury status updates on players like Jerry Jeudy, Wil Lutz, and Marvin Mims?

Denver Broncos put finishing touches on game prep vs. Houston Texans

Friday’s practice in Dove Valley was a sight of many things. Wide receiver Jerry Jeudy, who was limited in Thursday’s practice, was spotted on Friday doing significantly more than he’s been able to do all week long while battling a groin injury.

On top of that, wide receiver Tim Patrick was spotted on Denver’s sidefield working with tight end Greg Dulcich and trainers. It was nice to see Patrick on the field again after he was placed on injured reserve in training camp following a torn Achilles that required season-ending surgery.

Patrick was running straight-line sprints on the side field, and it looked like he was moving well as he continues to progress in his rehab.

Marvin Mims also looked like he was moving well despite dealing with a hamstring issue on a limited basis throughout the week.

Broncos final injury report and status update vs. Texans

The Broncos released their final injury update and game status report ahead of Sunday’s game against the Texans.

Full Participants:

  • Outside linebacker Baron Browning – wrist.
  • Wide receiver Jerry Jeudy – groin.
  • Kicker Wil Lutz – right hip.
  • Tight end Chris Manhertz – rest.
  • Wide receiver Marvin Mims – hamstring.
  • Defensive tackle Mike Purcell – rest.

Did Not Participate: 

  • Cornerback Damarri Mathis – back and is the only Bronco with a questionable designation for Sunday.

For the Cleveland Browns, they have already ruled out their leading pass catching tight end Dalton Schultz with a hamstring injury. Their second tight end option Noah Brown went from being limited on Wednesday and Thursday to not participating on Friday.

Brown is listed as questionable alongside a handful of other players including wide receiver Tank Dell, linebacker Jake Hansen, and defensive tackle Sheldon Rankins.