The Denver Broncos moved their practice indoors today as the city of Denver is being lightly dusted by between four and six inches of snow currently.
Running back Willis McGahee returned to practice after nursing a hangover missing practice yesterday due to sickness, so I think it’s pretty safe to assume that he will be available to face the Minnesota Vikings and their ninth ranked run defense this Sunday.
Wide receiver Eddie Royal also returned to practice after donning a boot earlier in the week, the receiver participated in practice, but his ailing toe will likely keep him at least questionable until game time this weekend.
Linebacker Von Miller (whom we endorsed over at Mile High Report yesterday for the Pro Bowl) was not at practice. Although his teammates expect him to play, many in the Denver media are speculating based on what each other are saying unsure that he will be able to go. Our best guess remains that the rookie will give it a go and fans will get to see him go for his 11th & 12th sacks this Sunday.
It should be noted that Royal and Willis were officially noted by the Broncos as being limited participants in practice.
On the Viking’s side of things corner back Asher Allen and rookie tight end Kyle Rudolph were limited, while running back Adrian Peterson, linebacker E.J. Henderson and defensive end Jared Allen were all non-participants.