It's time to start talking about who is going to play, and who is not going to play, when the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers meet in the Super Bowl Sunday.
The first injury report of Super Bowl week was released Wednesday. The Denver Broncos listed 10 players, the Carolina Panthers listed three players.
Of the Broncos ten players, three were limited in practice on Wednesday -- Darian Stewart (knee), Louis Vasquez (knee) and TJ Ward.
Denver Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak held a news conference before practice. At the time he said Stewart and Ward were scheduled to workout but, "whether they work full, whether they work limited, probably depends once we get over there and how we’re doing."
Seven other Broncos were listed on the injury report, including Peyton Manning, but they all fully participated in practice.
The listed players were Owen Daniels (knees), Todd Davis (shoulder), Chris Harris, Jr. (shoulder), Brandon Marshall (ankle), Peyton Manning (foot), Evan Mathis (ankle) and DeMarcus Ware (knee/back).
The Panthers injury report said defensive end Jared Allen was limited in practice with a foot injury. Linebacker Thomas Davis (forearm) and running back Mike Tolbert (knee) were listed on the report, but fully participated in practice.