Broncos get two starters back at practice Friday


The Denver Broncos have their backs against the wall entering a Week 10 matchup with the New England Patriots. They’ve lost four games in a row, including losses to the 1-7 New York Giants and the mediocre Los Angeles Chargers.

Obviously, it goes without saying that their game against the Patriots could be do-or-die when it comes to their season. Fortunately, it seems that they are working towards getting healthy, and on Friday got two starters back at practice, as NFL.com’s James Palmer reported.

CJ Anderson back at practice. Illness yesterday. Derek Wolfe (neck) also back. Light and inside for Broncos on Friday

— James Palmer (@JamesPalmerTV) November 10, 2017

The return of both C.J. Anderson and Derek Wolfe is a huge deal, especially considering the fact that the Broncos are going to need all hands on deck in order to have a chance at knocking off the Patriots.

Things can turn quickly in the NFL, but if the Broncos had entered Week 10 without their leading rusher and one of their pass rushers, it certainly would have made the task at hand even tougher.

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