Broncos injury report: Trindon Holliday, Tracy Porter don't practice Thursday

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An ankle injury has shelved Holliday, while Porter sat out practice after suffering a concussion last Sunday against the Browns.

Denver Broncos kick returner Trindon Holliday and cornerback Tracy Porter did not practice with the team on Thursday and their status for the team's Week 17 game against the Kansas City Chiefs remains questionable, according to Gray Caldwell of DenverBroncos.com.

The diminutive Holliday sprained his ankle in the Broncos 34-12 win over the Cleveland Browns last Sunday and has not practiced at all this week. He is day-to-day and listed as questionable.

Porter, a five-year pro out of Indiana, suffered a concussion in the first quarter of the win. He did not return to the field and is listed as questionable on the team's injury report.

Guard Chris Kuper (ankle) and veteran wide receiver Brandon Stokley were limited in practice. Kuper has only started five of the team's 15 games this season because of a nagging ankle injury and migraine headaches. He could return to action this Sunday.

The rest of Denver's injury report had full participation in practice on Thursday.

The Broncos will wrap up their regular season at home against the Chiefs on Sunday. Kickoff is slated for 2:25 p.m. MT and the game will be televised on CBS.

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