Friday, September 13, 2013
Woodyard on track to play; Bailey out
By Jeff Legwold
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- After practicing for the second consecutive day, middle linebacker Wesley Woodyard is expected to start and take his customary snaps Sunday against the New York Giants.
Woodyard took part fully in Friday’s workout and was formally listed as probable for the game.
Cornerback Champ Bailey, however, did not participate in the practice. He has not practiced since injuring his left foot in an Aug. 17 preseason loss in Seattle and was listed as out for Sunday’s game. Tight end Joel Dreessen (knee) was also held out of Friday’s practice and listed as out for the game.
Wide receiver Eric Decker (right shoulder), wide receiver Wes Welker (left ankle), wide receiver/kick returner Trindon Holliday (left lower leg) all took part fully in Friday’s practice and were formally listed as probable, but all three are expected to take their usual rotations in Sunday’s game.
Cornerback Omar Bolden (left shoulder) was limited Friday and was listed as questionable while rookie running back C.J. Anderson (knee) was limited and listed as doubtful. Guard Chris Kuper (ankle) was limited and listed as questionable. Tackle Ryan Clady (shoulder), defensive end Robert Ayers (Achilles/ankle) and safety Duke Ihenacho (thigh) have been on the injury report all week, but all three have practiced fully and will play Sunday.