Denver Broncos Injury Report And Inactives, Week 14: Eddie Royal Out Against Chicago

The Denver Broncos are hoping to continue their stunning run towards the playoffs by beating the struggling Chicago Bears on Sunday. Denver has been one of the league's hotter teams of late, while the Bears have stumbled to consecutive losses since losing star quarterback (and former Bronco) Jay Cutler to a presumably season-ending thumb injury.

The Broncos recently released their inactives list for Sunday's game, which can be found on the team's official Twitter feed, but it's shown below:

- WR Eddie Royal

- FB Quinn Johnson

- LB Mike Mohamed

- OG Manny Ramirez

- OT Tony Hills

- TE Julius Thomas

- DE Derrick Harvey

The Broncos will miss Royal this weekend, but the good news is that running back Willis McGahee is active and expected to play today. It's been a disappointing year for Royal, who has just 18 catches for 153 yards and a touchdown in nine games.

For updates on this Week 14 matchup, stay tuned to SB Nation Denver. For more on this week's game, visit Bears blog, Windy City Gridiron, and Broncos blog, Mile High Report. Head over to SB Nation NFL for more from around the league.

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