Tremaine Edmunds, Taron Johnson full participants at practice

The Bills and Broncos both release their final injury reports ahead of Saturday's game in Denver

Despite being limited for two straight days of practice this week with a foot injury, it appears Buffalo Bills linebacker Tremaine Edmunds is on track to play Saturday in Denver against the Broncos.

Cornerback Taron Johnson, who suffered a concussion in last Sunday night's win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, was also a full participant in practice on Thursday and has no injury designation for the game on Saturday.

Safety Jaquan Johnson was the only player on the active roster ruled out for the game. Wide receiver John Brown, who is still on Injured Reserve, won't return to the field yet, although he has started practicing again.

For the Broncos, head coach Vic Fangio told reporters on Thursday that both running backs Melvin Gordon (shoulder) and Phillip Lindsay (ankle) will be listed as "questionable" for the game. Kicker Brandon McManus is on the Reserve/COVID-19 list and not expected to be available. Kicker Taylor Russolino is expected to replace him and make his NFL debut.

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