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Injury updates vs. Colts: Donald Stephenson, DeMarcus Ware exit,

Broncos players and fans alike arrived at Sports Authority Field at Mile High ready for Sunday's game against Indianapolis. (photos by Eric Bakke unless noted)

Postgame:Head Coach Gary Kubiak provided the following injury updates after the game.

"Injury-wise, I'll just jump right in here. We have three guys we're concerned about. [T Donald] Stephenson has a calf. It was something we dealt with all day with [OL] Michael [Schofield] going outside and [OL Darrion] Weems coming inside. [TE] Virgil [Green] has a calf and [OLB] DeMarcus [Ware] has an Ulna fracture. We have to see in the morning exactly what the case is going to be, whether it's something we think he can play with or we think it's something that has to be fixed."

5:07 p.m. MT:Chris Harris Jr. exited the Broncos' game against the Colts with just over six minutes remaining in the fourth quarter.

Harris left after bringing down Colts running back Frank Gore on a six-yard pass reception from Andrew Luck.

4:36 p.m. MT:Outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware was declared out for the rest of Sunday's game after suffering an injury to his right elbow.

4:07 p.m. MT:DeMarcus Ware left the field with 14 minutes to go in the third quarter of Sunday's game against the Colts after colliding with teammate Von Miller.

Ware was close to wrapping up Colts quarterback Andrew Luck when he collided with Miller. Ware appeared to be favoring his right elbow as he left the field with the Broncos' medical staff.

Ware is questionable to return.

He picked up half a sack in the first half of Sunday's game to move into ninth place on the all-time sack list.

The Broncos announced Donald Stephenson would miss the remainder of the game with a calf injury.

2:48 p.m. MT: Offensive tackle Donald Stephenson was helped off the field early in Sunday's game against the Colts. He suffered a calf injury and is questionable to return, the Broncos announced.

The Broncos' free-agent acquisition stayed seated on the field with 7:21 to go in the first quarter for a short time before the Broncos' trainers assisted him to the sideline.

Starting guard Michael Schofield shifted over to tackle and Darrion Weems took Schofield's place at right guard.