Cornerback Josh Wilson and tight end Fred Davis participated in practice Wednesday after suffering head injuries against St. Louis three days earlier.
Wilson, who was diagnosed with a concussion, has been cleared to play, coach Mike Shanahan said. He was limited in Wednesday’s practice.
“It’s definitely something serious,” Wilson said. “Anytime you’re talking about your brain or your body at all, all these injuries are something you need to take into account in full, not just long-term affect but short-term affect, being able to do what I need to do on the field.”
Davis passed concussion tests, which included a hospital visit, after absorbing a helmet-to-helmet hit in the fourth quarter.
“I was a little dizzy afterwards, but I’m good today,” Davis said. “I worked out yesterday and today.”
Receiver Pierre Garcon (right foot) and safety Brandon Meriweather (left knee) were limited in practice.