Omar Bolden looked like a good bet to miss the Denver Bronco's trip to take on the Kansas City Chiefs this weekend, but the rookie returned to practice on Thursday and is now listed as questionable for the game. He appears to be the only player in doubt for Sunday, with everyone else on the injury report listed as probable.
Bolden suffered a concussion last week against the San Diego Chargers and was held out of practice on Wednesday. His practice participation on Thursday was "limited," but he did everything in practice, just took fewer reps. After practice he said that he expects to play on Sunday, which is good news for Denver. In addition to playing in nickel and dime packages, Bolden is a major boost to the Broncos' special teams.
The Broncos' secondary appears to be getting healthier with Tracy Porter nearing a return. It is unlikely he will start this weekend, if he plays, with Chris Harris playing well, but along with Bolden, he would give the Broncos additional depth.