Broncos safety Mike Adams puts in full practice

AP

The Broncos, who have coped with major injuries throughout the season, look likely to have their full complement of available players for Sunday’s AFC title game against New England.

All Broncos players fully practiced on Thursday, according to the club’s injury report. This includes starting free safety Mike Adams, who was limited with a thigh injury on Wednesday.

Tight end Joel Dreessen (knee), strong safety Duke Ihenacho (knee), offensive tackle Winston Justice (finger), offensive guard Chris Kuper (ankle), quarterback Peyton Manning (ankle) and cornerback Kayvon Webster (thumb) also put in full practices Wednesday.

The Broncos have 10 players on injured reserve, including four defensive starters: cornerback Chris Harris, outside linebacker Von Miller, defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson and defensive end Derek Wolfe.