The Denver Broncos have issued their first injury report for the playoffs.
While 13 players were on the list, half of them fully participated in practice on Wednesday.
Peyton Manning (foot), Owen Daniels (knee), Todd Davis (shoulder), Max Garcia (groin), Brandon Marshall (ankle) and T.J. Ward (ankle) were listed on the injury report, but fully participated.
Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak said Manning is still healing.
"I think I’ve said this before, as far as the total healing process that’s going to take place after the season, but what’s happened is that he has a lot more confidence in it and has some strength back in it," Kubaik said. "He’s moving around very well. He’s practicing well and practicing with a lot of confidence right now."
Four players were listed as limited on Wednesday-- Chris Harris, Jr. (shoulder), Malik Jackson (illness), Darian Stewart (hamstring) and DeMarcus Ware (knee).
Von Miller and practice squad member Robert Myers, Jr. didn't practice Wednesday because they were sick. Miller was actually sent home from practice, according to Kubiak.
"We have a couple of guys under the weather today, so that’s why a few of those guys are out," Kubiak said.
Kubiak said he didn't know if something was going around the locker room.
"We just have to keep an eye on it here for the next couple of days," Kubiak said.
Brock Osweiler didn't participate because of a knee injury.
"He’s still sore," Kubiak said. "He came out for the walkthrough pretty sore, so we kind of held him. I think tomorrow I would expect him to get back to work. I feel good about it."
Kubiak said the Broncos may have to dress three quarterbacks.
“With Brock right now the thought of maybe suiting three guys has to enter our mind here as we go through the week," Kubiak said. "Hopefully day by day we’ll get better and have more confidence that we’ll be able to play with our normal two."