Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey announced Friday that he's ready to go for Sunday's game against the Texans in Houston. The regular season is winding down for most players, but it never really got going for Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey. It sounds like Bailey will get some time in the next two weeks to see if the foot is sound and if he can help Denver’s frequently leaky defense tighten things up in the postseason. In a season when Denver Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey has seen far more of head trainer Steve Antonopulos than Bailey has seen of the usual parade of top-shelf receivers in front of him, Sunday just might be the kind of day Bailey has hoped for. "It feels like it's the wrong year for something like this," Bailey said. After Denver coach John Fox announced Friday that Bailey practiced and is listed as probable to be in the Broncos' defensive secondary against the Texans, Bailey left the team's locker room sounding as confident as he could that the foot injury that has kept him out of action most of the season has healed enough to allow him to try again to play. Bailey’s expected to play Sunday against the Texans, hoping to shore up a secondary that will be without Kayvon Webster. “ hard for coaches to tell the difference between a guy being healthy and ready," said Broncos head coach John Fox.