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Broncos Injury Report: Derek Wolfe, Aqib Talib practice


ENGLEWOOD, Colo. --Defensive end Derek Wolfe and cornerback Aqib Talib both practiced as the Broncos continued their preparations for a Sunday Night Footballduel with the Chiefs.

Long snapper Casey Kreiter was the only player on the 53-man roster or practice squad who was not on the practice field when Wednesday's session began.

"His calf's bothering him a little bit, so he just didn't end up taking his full portion of practice, but he took a majority of it, so we'll see," Head Coach Gary Kubiak said after practice.

Center Matt Paradis practiced; he had been held out of Wednesday work in recent work because of a hip injury.

"Yeah, I put him to work today," Kubiak said of Paradis' work Wednesday. "I'm giving him tomorrow and then he'll go back on Friday. He's going to be a one-day practice guy, but he's had some time off these two weeks. His hip's been bothering him, so we'll get Matt to game day this week, but obviously he's able to do a little bit more."

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