Everybody, it seems, from Denver Broncos head coach Joh...

Denver Post - [Full Article]

Everybody, it seems, from Denver Broncos head coach John Fox to defensive coordinator Dennis Allen to one Aaron Rodgers​ wants to see Elvis Dumervil​ back in Denver's lineup Sunday.

Aaron Rodgers? Yes, the Green Bay Packers​' alpha quarterback almost seemed happy this week at the prospect of the Broncos getting their injured Pro Bowl pass rusher back on defense in Lambeau Field.

"Elvis is a difference-maker," Rodgers said. "And he's fun to watch. As a fan, it's exciting to watch him coming off the edge and wreaking havoc."

Dumervil, who played only in spot duty in the season opener and missed the last two games because of a left shoulder injury, will give the Broncos some much-needed defensive flexibility against a high-powered Packers offense.

The Broncos also are expected to have linebacker D.J. Williams, who missed the first three games of the season with a dislocated elbow he suffered in the preseason.

Cornerback Champ Bailey, who has missed the last two games with a hamstring injury, was still a question mark after Friday's practice, but the Broncos hope he will be available for at least some situational work.

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