Friday, November 2, 2012
Tracy Porter still not ready to return
By Bill Williamson
Cornerback Tracy Porter will miss his third straight game as the Denver Broncos figure out how to best regulate his treatment as he deals with his post-seizure career.
Porter missed practice Friday after he fully participated Thursday in preparation for Sunday’s game at Cincinnati. He had a seizure in August and dealt with some symptoms in October.
“We’re still regulating the medication,” coach John Fox said of Porter missing practice Friday and Sunday’s game. “Not that it was a setback, but there was a little bit of an issue, and we’ll evaluate that moving forward. His safety is what’s the utmost concern right now.”
Chris Harris will continue to start for Porter. Harris has been outstanding as Porter's replacement.
In other AFC West news:
Oakland linebacker Rolando McClain (toe) and running back Taiwan Jones (knee) are questionable to play Sunday against Tampa Bay. McClain will be a game-time decision. The San Francisco Chronicle wonders if linebacker Aaron Curry will be shelved for the year?
Lots of AFC West love from ESPN experts’ picks this week.