Status of Orange Julius again a question mark

Following an outdoor walkthrough, the Broncos' first practice since John Fox's return was forced indoors by cold and snowy weather.

Peyton Manning was held out for the fourth straight Wednesday; Derek Wolfe, Trindon Holliday, and Joel Dreessen also missed practice.

Wolfe is not expected to play Sunday, as doctors continue to try to figure out the cause of his frightening seizure-like episode.

Demaryius Thomas, Julius Thomas, Knowshon Moreno, Champ Bailey, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Danny Trevathan, and Malik Jackson were limited, while five others were listed as full participants.

According to Jeff Legwold, Demaryius Thomas, Moreno, Bailey, and Trevathan are expected to face the Titans, while it's hoped that Julius Thomas will be back.

It remains undecided whether Fox will coach from the sideline or up in the coaches' booth.

For Tennessee, TEs Delanie Walker and Craig Stevens, T David Stewart, and former Broncos P Brett Kern were held out.

Wideouts Kendall Wright and Damian Williams were limited.

Walker and Stevens are recovering from concussions, while Williams is expected to play for the first time in nearly a month.

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Videos: BTV reports on practice; John Fox, Peyton Manning, and several others speak afterward.

Here's what Peyton had to say; the favorite topic of the day was the recruitment of Manning in free agency by Denver and Tennessee.

Legwold checks in on the progress of Denver's rookies.

Titans QB Ryan Fitzpatrick, one of the rare NFLers who wears his wedding band during games, does not plan to wear a glove on his throwing hand, despite what are expected to be frigid conditions. But the ex-Bill is an old pro at practicing and playing in the cold.

Sunday's death at Arrowhead has been ruled a homicide, and it sounds like it was one big, tragic mistake.

Russell Wilson and Nick Foles over Peyton Manning for MVP? Give us a f@#$ing break, Gil Brandt.

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