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Tracy Porter is still having problems. The Denver cornerback remained out of practice Wednesday.
He is adjusting to medication he is taking after he suffered a seizure in August. He has missed three straight games. He has been replaced by Chris Harris, who has been excellent.
As expected, guard Chris Kuper did not practice after suffering a severe ankle sprain Sunday. He could be out a while. Receiver Eric Decker was limited by a thigh injury Wednesday. He will be monitored throughout the week.
In other AFC West news:
Oakland coach Dennis Allen said he will determine on Friday whether Darren McFadden and backup running back Mike Goodson can play at Baltimore on Sunday. Both players didn’t practice Wednesday because of high ankle sprains. At this point, it seems like a long shot they will play. Marcel Reece and Taiwan Jones will be the running backs if they can’t play.
Oakland cornerback Ronald Bartell is hopeful of playing Sunday. He has been out since Week 1 with a shoulder injury. Oakland tight end Brandon Myers was limited with a shoulder injury.