It was anticipated that Trent Edwards, Marshawn Lynch and Jason Peters would all be questionable for Sunday's game as all three were limited during parts of practice this week. The one unexpected addition came on Friday as Roscoe Parrish was added to the group.
"He's got a bruised knee," said head coach Dick Jauron.
The injury occurred at the tail end of individual position drills. Parrish was examined by team trainers and then headed to the training room as team work got underway.
But after practice Parrish was seen walking under his own power without favoring either leg.
"I'll be alright," Parrish told Buffalobills.com as he left the practice facility Friday.
Meanwhile Lynch did more in practice Friday, but was still considered limited in practice. Peters after not practicing Thursday practiced with the first team on Friday. Edwards again took almost all the reps in practice Friday. All three were listed as questionable.
All three starters are expected to play Sunday at Denver.
If Edwards for some reason cannot go Gibran Hamdan would start against the Broncos.
Cornerback Jabari Greer, who has missed the last four games with a knee injury, is listed as doubtful as he was again limited in practice Friday.
Linebacker Teddy Lehman is out.