Running back Willis McGahee and wide receiver Eddie Royal were unable to practice on Wednesday, and they were also held out of Thursday's Denver Broncos practice, according to the Chicago Tribune's Vaughn McClure. Royal suffered a concussion in the team's win over Minnesota last Sunday and McGahee is dealing with a knee injury.
McGahee, for his part, says that he'll be ready for Denver's game against Chicago:
"It's good, I'm good," McGahee said. "Everything is good."
Broncos coach John Fox called him "day to day."
Offensive tackle Ryan Clady returned to practice after sitting out on Wednesday, though he was limited. Linebacker Von Miller and safety David Bruton also were limited Thursday. Miller sat out last Sunday's game.
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