ENGLEWOOD, Colo. —Defensive end Derek Wolfe will be listed as day-to-day after he left Sunday's game against the Patriots with a neck injury.
"Derek's got a neck issue — something he's been dealing with for really the last couple months," Kubiak said. "I think he's going to be fine."
Wolfe exited before halftime and did not return. He told reporters after the game he suffered a bad stinger but does not expect to miss Sunday's game against Kansas City. He suffered a similar injury against the Carolina Panthers in Week 1.
Tight end Virgil Green was diagnosed with a concussion after he sustained a hit to the head in the first quarter. He and tight end A.J. Derby are both in concussion protocol. Neither player was at the facility on Monday.
"I don't know what point in the game [Derby suffered the concussion]," Kubiak said. "I just know after the game, came in, talked to 'Greek' [Head Athletic Trainer Steve Antonopulos], talked to the doctors [and] they evaluated him."