Two of the Falcons' starting linebackers did not practice on Wednesday as the team prepares for the Denver Broncos. Deion Jones suffered an ankle injury in Sunday's game and was unable to practice in any capacity. De'Vondre Campbell's nagging ankle injury has kept him from practicing since Week 2.
"We are just going to take it day by day," head coach Dan Quinn said of Jones' status. "If the game was today, he wouldn't be able to (play). We are just going to take it all the way through the week. He was able to do some things, but we are not there yet."
P Matt Bosher also did not practice as he is dealing with an injured right hamstring.
G Chris Chester (knee), WR Mohamed Sanu (shoulder), WR Justin Hardy (shoulder), TE Jacob Tamme (hip) and K Matt Bryant (hamstring) were all limited participants in practice.
For the Broncos, quarterback Trevor Siemian was held out of practice with a shoulder injury, with head coach Gary Kubiak telling reporters Siemian is day-to-day.