Johnathan Joseph and Kareem Jackson watched practice from the sidelines for the second-straight day. The cornerback tandem is expected to return on Friday.
"I expect them both to practice tomorrow," head coach Gary Kubiak said. "J-Jo (Joseph) has been dealing with a sore toe. Kareem's been sick, but I think he's doing much better today. (He) stood back there with me today at practice and was very involved. I think he's feeling a lot better so I expect him to be back tomorrow."
Joseph injured his toe in Sunday's loss at Baltimore, according to Kubiak. Joseph had 2 tackles and one pass defensed. Jackson recorded five tackles against the Ravens, totaling 17 on the season.
ILB Darryl Sharpton, who missed Wednesday and Thursday, is also expected to return on Friday.
ILB Tim Dobbins did not practice on Wednesday and Thursday due to a hamstring issue.