Mike Wallace is listed on the Week 17 injury report with a back injury, but practicing in full.
Coming off a two-touchdown game, Wallace's "injury" won't be a concern against the Jets.
C.J. Anderson (ankle) is practicing in full for Week 17.
Anderson will be ready to carry the mail against the Raiders in the Broncos' regular-season finale.
Julius Thomas (ankle) is practicing in full for Week 17.
Thomas is nearing 100 percent health as the playoffs approach. He'll be ready to rock for Sunday's regular-season finale against the Raiders.
Demaryius Thomas (ankle, hip) is practicing in full for Week 17.
Thomas will be good to go for his usual role against the Raiders. The only concern for players in DFS leagues is if the Broncos get up too big, too early, sending Thomas to the bench before the game is through.
Emmanuel Sanders (hip) remained limited on Thursday.
There's been nothing to suggest Sanders is dealing with an injury that will sideline him for Sunday's regular-season finale. The Broncos need a victory over the Raiders to ensure they are the AFC's No. 2 seed.
Speaking Thursday, coach John Fox said the Broncos want Peyton Manning back for 2015.
Consider it the most obvious statement of the century, but it comes in response to Manning's Wednesday words that he's planning to play in 2015 as long as the Broncos want him. Manning's final decision will likely rest on his offseason physical, but most signs point toward him returning for an 18th year in the NFL.
Dwayne Bowe (shoulder) remained sidelined Thursday.
Back-to-back DNPs are never a good sign, but we're guessing Bowe is just saving his bullets for Sunday's must-win game against the Chargers. His status will be updated on Friday.
Jamaal Charles (hamstring, ankle) was limited in Thursday's practice.
The Chiefs are just resting Charles ahead of Sunday's must-win finale against the Chargers. He'll be ready to rock for his normal role.