Trevathan (concussion) is active Sunday against the Steelers. After putting in a limited practice on Wednesday, Trevathan practiced in full on Thursday and Friday. He'll be back in the lineup at inside linebacker after missing last week's game. On the season, he has 83 tackles to go with a pair of interceptions.
Trevathan (concussion) is probable for Sunday's game against the Steelers, Andrew Mason of denverbroncos.com reports. Trevathan was able to clear the NFL's post-concussion protocol and practice fully Thursday, so it seemed likely the 25-year-old would return to the field after a one-game absence. He'll take over one of the inside linebacker spots this Sunday against the Steelers.
Trevathan (concussion) practiced fully Thursday. After clearing the NFL's post-concussion protocol, Trevathan handled a full practice workload Thursday and is thus on track to suit up Sunday against the Steelers.
Trevathan (concussion) has been ruled out of Sunday's matchup against the Raiders, Cameron Wolfe of The Denver Post reports. Trevathan wasn't able to practice at all this week, so this decision seemed like a mere formality. It's unclear who will get the start in place of the 25-year-old linebacker, but it seems like Todd Davis or Corey Nelson could see an increase in snaps with Trevathan sidelined.
Trevathan (concussion) did not take part in practice Thursday, Andrew Mason of denverbroncos.com reports. The 25-year-old linebacker has now missed back-to-back practices, so his status for Sunday's contest against the Raiders certainly appears to be up in the air. If Trevathan is unable to play, Todd Davis or Corey Nelson could be candidates to take his place in the starting lineup.