Johnathan Joseph, Kareem Jackson miss practice Thursday

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.

Notes:
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.

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