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Broncos injury updates: at Kansas City


KANSAS CITY, Mo. —** The following is a list of injury updates for the Broncos during their Christmas-night showdown against the Chiefs:


Take a look inside the Broncos' locker room as they prepare to face the Chiefs on Christmas night. (Photos by Eric Bakke, unless noted)

7:42 p.m MT:** Defensive end Derek Wolfe was examined on the sideline and led to the locker room with a neck injury. His return is questionable. Wolfe suffered a neck injury against the Patriots and missed the week of practice after that game. Billy Winn replaced him on the next drive.

7:45 p.m. MT: Cornerback Kayvon Webster suffered a head injury while on kickoff coverage following a Brandon McManus field goal with 6:38 left in the first quarter. As he was attended to on the field by training staff, he appeared able to move his extremities. He was able to sit up while being evaluated. Members of the training staff assisted him to his feet and he left the field in the passenger seat of a medical cart. Webster is being evaluated for a concussion.

7:51 p.m. MT:Denver's defensive line appeared to suffer another injury with about 3:40 left in the second quarter when Sylvester Williams headed to the sideline with the help of the training staff, but he later returned to the field.

8:30 p.m. MT: Wolfe is out with his neck injury.

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