Boise State players not surprised by injury report

Boise State wide receiver Chris McDaniel (shoulder) was limited during practice on Friday, coach Mike Bobo said.

McDaniel has been inactive since early in the season.

“It was a bit of a setback,” Bobo told reporters.

“He missed practice a little bit, and it was a little sore.”

Bobo added that there was a “strong possibility” that the wide receiver would be limited.

“We’re going to monitor his shoulder and see if it’s good enough to play,” he said.

“I don’t think it’s a major concern.”

The Broncos will travel to Miami on Sunday to take on the Dolphins.

Broncos linebacker Justin Durant (knee) did not practice on Thursday and was limited, but Bobo did not rule out his return.

“Justin Durant is progressing well,” Bobs said.

He added that he expects the Broncos to have Durant available for Sunday’s game.

Broncos defensive end Demetrius Wilson (toe) did practice, but he was limited.

Broncos cornerback Josh Mauga (knees) and safety Darrin Walls (foot) did have limited practice.

Broncos wide receiver Jordan Norwood (ankle) did get a full workout on Friday.

Norwood is still listed as questionable.

“Darrin, Jordan, Josh, and Josh will get a chance to play in the game,” Bobbo said.

Broncos tight end Brandon Myers (groin) did participate in the team’s mandatory minicamp.

The Broncos also have cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick (groins) out indefinitely, according to Bobo.

Broncos receiver Cody Latimer (anklet) did play on Friday but did not participate in drills.