Mike Klis, 9NEWS Broncos Insider 5:47 p.m. MST December 10, 2015DeMarcus Ware #94 of the Denver Broncos will return to the field Sunday.(Photo: Getty Images)ENGLEWOOD — Don’t let that long, long, long list of injuries fool you.The Denver Broncos are healthier this week than they were last week at San Diego.There were 22 players on the Broncos’ injury report Thursday – rookie linebacker Shane Ray was the lone addition as he was sent home sick.But the Broncos are also getting back four key players for their game Sunday against the Oakland Raiders – outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware, defensive tackle Sylvester Williams, right guard Louis Vasquez and tight end Vernon Davis – who missed most or all of their game last week at San Diego.The most significant return is Ware, who has missed five games this season because of a lower back injury but has 6.5 sacks in the seven games he has played.Ware will probably be limited to about 20 defensive snaps, but the Broncos will take them.”I don’t really think about how many snaps I get,” Ware said. “I think about how many times I could hit the quarterback. … It’s about how effective you can be in the short amount of time that you’re out there.”Williams returns after missing last week with a high right ankle sprain. Vasquez only played four snaps on placekick teams last week. He will be part of the guard rotation Sunday where rookie Max Garcia will switch off with the veteran Vasquez at right guard and Evan Mathis at left.Davis suffered a concussion after catching a 9-yard pass on the final play of the first half against the Chargers. He sat out through Wednesday but was cleared from the concussion protocol to the point he could practice on a limited basis Thursday.Hobbled runnersOne potential injury problem the Broncos may have is at their running back position. Ronnie Hillman and C.J. Anderson, who have combined for 281 of the team’s 294 running back carries this season and 1,181 of their 1,221 yards, both missed their second consecutive practice Thursday.Hillman has a foot injury and Anderson is hobbled with an ankle sprain.Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak expects both to practice Friday and play Sunday. But there does figure to be more carries for No. 3 running back Juwan Thompson. Thompson has the other 13 carries and 40 yards from the running back position.”Those guys have been hot … – Click Here To Visit Article Source