The Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs have completed their final preparations for their Sunday Night showdown. We take one final look to see who should be able to play.
Well, the biggest news that Broncos Country already knows is that the team has signed Thomas Gafford to the team with the news that Casey Kreiter will be out with a calf injury sustained on Wednesday.
Due to that, the Broncos waived NT Darius Kilgo. Granted that he has been inconsistent this year, it still comes as a surprise to waive the second year player.
Other than the Casey Kreiter injury, the Denver Broncos are going into this game healthy.
And you know what that means…
It means Derek Wolfe and Aqib Talib are on track to play on Sunday. Talib has been out since late October and missed the last three games with a back injury.
Derek Wolfe suffered a hairline fraction that many believed would keep him out for an extended period of time. But he is a tough guy and only missed the last game against the New Orleans Saints.
For the first time in what seems like a long time, the Denver Broncos are going to be healthy. The same can’t be said for the Kansas City Chiefs.
Dee Ford (hamstring), Jeremy Maclin (groin), and Jaye Howard (hip) are the three big names for the Chiefs that will not suit up for the game on Sunday.
There are also quite a bit of players that are questionable for the Chiefs including Marcus Peters (hip), Derrick Johnson (Achilles), and Dontari Poe (back).
They will most likely be a game-time decision. It should be interesting going into Sunday Night.
We are just two sleeps away from the return of Denver Broncos football. It feels like it has been forever since they last played.
Let the Push to the Playoffs begin for the Denver Broncos, starting Sunday Night. Go Broncos!