Sep 28, 2011 8:16 PM by Jordan Mason
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) - The Denver Broncos had their top three defensive players on the field together Wednesday for the first time since training camp.
Now, the question is: will they have Elvis Dumervil (shoulder), Champ Bailey (hamstring) and D.J. Williams (elbow) on the field to face the Green Bay Packers (3-0) Sunday?
As Dumervil said, "We need to be at full throttle against this team."
That's something the Broncos (1-2) haven't been at all season.
Williams went down in the preseason with a dislocated right elbow. Dumervil was injured during practice on the eve of the opener and played only sparingly against Oakland before aggravating
the injury and missing the last two games.
Bailey also sat out against Cincinnati and Tennessee after pulling a hamstring against the Raiders.
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