Denver Broncos cornerback Tracy Porter has been cleared to play and will be with the team when they travel to Kansas City to face the Chiefs on Sunday, according to the Broncos' official website. Porter has missed the last five games after suffering from symptoms related to a seizure he had back in August.
Porter talled 21 tackles, six passes defensed, and an interception before behind sidelined in October. The fifth-year corner out of Indiana has 215 tackles, 38 passes defended, and eight picks for his career.
The Broncos have fared well without Porter in the lineup. Denver is on a five-game winning streak and has taken a three-game lead in the AFC West with six to play. The Chiefs may be a soft landing for Porter to return to game action, as they have struggled on offense and are 1-9 overall on the year.
Kansas City and Denver square off on Sunday at 11 a.m MT.