Denver Broncos quarterback Teddy Bridgewater is considered questionable to play against the host Cleveland Browns after logging his third straight limited practice on Wednesday.
Bridgewater, 28, is dealing with a foot injury heading into Thursday's game for the Broncos (3-3), who have dropped three in a row.
He sustained the injury during Sunday's 34-24 loss to the Las Vegas Raiders; however, it's unclear how or when it happened. He played the entire game, finishing with 334 yards on 35-of-49 passing. He threw three touchdowns but also three interceptions. He was sacked five times and hit 17 times in all.
Bridgewater has started every game this season, completing 70.2 percent of his passes for 1,514 yards, 10 touchdowns and four interceptions.
Offensive tackle Garett Bolles (knee) was listed as questionable to face the Browns (3-3) after turning in his second straight limited practice.
Safety Caden Sterns (illness) was also limited on Wednesday and is deemed questionable against Cleveland.
Linebackers Aaron Patrick (ankle) and Baron Browning (concussion) did not practice on Wednesday and have been ruled out versus the Browns.
Also on Wednesday, the Broncos promoted Tyrie Cleveland to the active roster from their practice squad and signed fellow wide receiver David Moore to the practice squad.
--Field Level Media