Tracy Porter (22) celebrates as he returns an interception for a touchdown in the fourth quarter against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Sports Authority Field. (Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports)

Denver Broncos vs. Kansas City Chiefs: Injury Report

The only definite ‘out’ for the Denver Broncos is cornerback Tracy Porter who suffered a concussion in the first defensive series last week. For the Kansas City Chiefs, it looks like a virus is going around placing six players into the ‘questionable’ or ‘probable’ category.


CB Tracy Porter (Concussion) – Out

WR Trindon Holliday (Ankle) – Doubtful

G Chris Kuper (Ankle, head) – Questionable

FB Chris Gronkowski (Hamstring) – Probable

T Ryan Clady (Shoulder) – Probable

WR Matthew Willis (Knee) – Probable

S Mike Adams (Knee) – Probable

LB Danny Trevathan (Groin) – Probable

WR Brandon Stokley (Quadricep) – Probable

S Jim Leonhard (Thigh) – Probable

RB Knowshon Moreno (Ribs) – Probable


WR Terrance Copper (Knee) – Out

De Tyson Jackson (Foot) – Doubtful

T Albert Branden (Back) – Questionable

LB Tamba Hali (Illness) – Questionable

TE Tony Moeaki (Head) – Questionable

WR Josh Bellamy (Ankle) – Questionable

S Abram Elam (Quad) – Questionable

S Kendrick Lewis (Illness) – Questionable

WR Dexter McCluster (Illness) – Questionable

CB Jalil Brown (Toe) – Questionable

RB Jamaal Charles (Illness) – Probable

LB Cory Greenwood (Ilness) – Probable

C/G Ryan Lilja (Back) – Probable

OL Donald Stephenson (Illness) – Probable

G Jon Asamoah (Thumb) – Probable

S Eric Berry (Hand) – Probable

G Russ Hochstein (Back) – Probable

OL Rich Ranglin (Knee) – Probable

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