The Denver Broncos are fairly healthy for tonight’s contest against the Oakland Raiders, as several regulars, including wide receiver Brandon Stokley and defensive lineman Robert Ayers are questionable and probable to play. The only player doubtful on the team’s injury report is linebacker Wesley Woodyard.
Woodyard sustained a sprained ankle during last weekend’s win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He suffered the injury during the second quarter of the contest and wasn’t able to return.
Woodyard has been solid for Denver this season, totaling 100 tackles, three interceptions, a forced fumble and five passes defenses over his 12 games played this season. In his place the Broncos are expected to play D.J. Williams.
Stokley was limited at practice Wednesday and is questionable to play against the Raiders. So far this season the wide receiver has caught 36 passes for 449 yards and five touchdowns.
Beyond Ayers, tight end Virgil Green, offensive linemen Chris Kuper and Manny Ramirez and wide receiver Matthew Willis fully participated in practice Wednesday and are probable to play tonight against Oakland.