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Broncos injury report: Tracy Porter ruled out vs. Chiefs

The Broncos will take on the Chiefs without Tracy Porter, while Trindon Holliday looks unlikely to play as well.

Justin Edmonds

The Denver Broncos will be without Tracy Porter when they host the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday. The cornerback is still dealing with the effects of a concussion and did not practice all week. There was some hope that he might be cleared for practice on Friday and play, but Porter still does not have the go-ahead and will watch the game from the sidelines.

Trindon Holliday will likely join Porter on the sidelines as he struggles to recover from an ankle injury. He is officially listed as doubtful, but has not practiced all week so hopes are very low. Chris Kuper's status remains in doubt after being limited in practice for the second straight day. The guard, who has ankle and head injuries, is questionable.

Everyone else on the Broncos' injury report is probable and all have participated in full practice the last two days, so all should play on Sunday.

Out

Tracy Porter

Doubtful

Trindon Holliday

Questionable

Chris Kuper

Probable

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