Denver Broncos veteran cornerback Champ Bailey is finally set to make his regular-season debut after missing the first five games with a left foot injury.
He'll play Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars after participating fully Friday.
"He's all set," Broncos coach John Fox told reporters. "We're excited to have Champ back. He's had an outstanding week."
Cornerback Chris Harris (concussion) is also ready to go, but listed deensive end Robert Ayers (shoulder) and middle linebacker Wesley Woodyard (neck) as doubtful.
The Broncos allowed 506 passing yards and five touchdowns to Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, so they could use defensive reinforcements.
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