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Broncos News: Larsen to IR, Tebow to Get More Opportunites

| by Broncos Zone

On Wednesday, the Broncos will return to the practice field in preparation for Sunday's game against the Houston Texans.

Before hitting the field though, Interim Head Coach Eric Studesville and starting Quarterback Tim Tebow met with the media for Wednesday's press conference.

Coach Studesville first announced that starting fullback Spencer Larsen has been placed on the injured reserve for the remainder of the season with an ankle injury, and that offensive lineman Stanley Daniels had been added to the 53-man roster to fill the roster.

Since there are no other fullbacks on the Broncos roster, Tight End Daniel Coats will most likely play the position on Sunday.

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Studesville also noted that safety Brian Dawkins, running back Knowshon Moreno and wide receiver Demaryius Thomas will all return to practice today, and are all day-to-day.

Quarterback Tim Tebow noted that after watching the film from Sunday's he's concluded he thinks he has improved in some areas while others, most notably footwork, still could use some work.

Prior to Tebow's press conference, coach Studesville hinted that after watching the film from the game in Oakland last week, they'll be less rescritions for Tebow on Sunday, and that they're going to let him "do more" (of everything, including throwing) this week at home.

Sunday’s game starts at 2:05 (MTD) and will be broadcasted on CBS.