Broncos injury report: Russell Wilson has a ‘good day of practice’
Oct 27, 2022, 9:08 AM | Updated: 9:21 am
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Russell Wilson continues trending toward playing Sunday.
Despite a partially torn hamstring, Denver’s starting quarterback saw work for a second consecutive day at the Harrow School on Thursday.
“He had a good day of practice today,” Broncos coach Nathaniel Hackett said. “Looks good. We’re just going to keep on monitoring it today and make sure he’s OK.”
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Hackett said that Wilson remains “day-to-day.” He was non-committal as to whether Wilson would play Sunday. He added that the Broncos were ensuring that reserves Josh Johnson and Brett Rypien were prepared, if needed.
“We’ll find out,” Hackett replied when asked whether Wilson would start.
However, given the magnitude of the game for the Broncos’ season, all signs continue to point to Wilson being in action.
Nose tackle Mike Purcell returned to practice. He missed Wednesday’s work due to a knee injury.