There's only one change on the injury report today, as Tony Carter made a limited return to practice.
Champ Bailey and Joel Dreessen remained limited, while Duke Ihenacho and Paris Lenon did not practice.
Once again, nine Broncos are listed on the injury report but were full participants, while for the Eagles, Jason Peters was a full participant, and Patrick Chung did not practice.
Denver's defenders say practicing against the no-huddle all offseason has the team ready for Sunday.
Ring of Famer Rod Smith was at Dove Valley on Thursday and assisted with wide receiver drills.
Kayvon Webster and Bubba Caldwell vouch for the restorative power of pedicures.
Jeff Legwold thinks the Broncos might try to extend Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie's contract sometime before the season ends, and he and Phil Sheridan each predict a five-point victory for Denver.
Continuing with his theme of the year, Legwold wants us to think that if the Broncos score 500+ points but don't have a top rushing offense, they won't win the Super Bowl.
Chip Kelly is bringing the Eagles to Denver on Saturday instead of Friday, so they will have even less time to acclimate to the altitude.
If Chung is unable to play, it's expected that fifth-round rookie safety Earl Wolff would make his first career start.
Just like Denver's guys, most of Philly's starting offensive linemen are coming back from serious injuries.
Updated 5:18pm ET