Broncos CB Tracy Porter, RS Trindon Holliday Out; OG Chris Kuper Questionable

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  1. SRW

    SRW Ex-World's Worst Site Admin Staff Member

    Broncos coach John Fox announced that cornerback Tracy Porter won't play Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs because of a concussion, and that returner Trindon Holliday was doubtful because of a sprained ankle.

    Starting right guard Chris Kuper, who has played in only five games this season because of injuries, has a chance to play Sunday against the Chiefs. Kuper practiced on a limited basis this week and is listed as "questionable."

    Meanwhile, Broncos running back Willis McGahee, out since suffering a facture and torn MCL in his knee Nov. 18 against San Diego, might not be ready to practice next week. There remains hope McGahee can play in the AFC championship game, which is the earliest he can clear the injured reserve list, provided the Broncos make it that far.

    "He won't be ready here anytime real soon, but we'll evaluate that as we get going and finish up the regular season," Fox said.

    Source: Denver Post

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