The Denver Broncos are currently tied for the top spot in the AFC along side the Kansas City Chiefs.
Denver is coming off a tough loss against the New England Patriots, a game that didn’t involve break out tight end Julius Thomas.
Thomas has been a huge part of this Denver Broncos offense as he’s close to breaking 600 receiving yards while already having 10 touchdowns with five games left. It’s a good thing he’s on a team that has a great quarterback like Peyton Manning.
Julius suffered a knee injury during the third quarter in their victory against the then undefeated Kansas City Chiefs. The injury would caused him to be limited during two practices last week before sitting out.
Now according to Mike Klis on Twitter, Julius Thomas remained limited during practice today but I don’t think he’s quite ready for game time action.
Limited in practice: Knowshon Moreno (ankle) Omar Bolden (concussion) D-R-Cromartie (shoulder) Julius Thomas (knee) Champ Bailey (foot)
— Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) November 28, 2013
It’s another crucial contest that they need to pick up if they have any hopes of grabbing a hold of that number one seed and home field advantage.