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Broncos Injury Report: Wolfe, Davis, Sanders, Green declared questionable for Broncos vs. Chiefs

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Derek Wolfe (hand/foot), Todd Davis (ankle), Emmanuel Sanders (ankle), and Virgil Green (shoulder) were declared questionable for Monday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs, Head Coach Vance Joseph announced Saturday.

Tackle Donald Stephenson was ruled out.

Wolfe and Green both participated in practice on a limited basis this week, while Davis and Sanders sat out all three sessions.

Sanders, who suffered an ankle injury in an Oct. 15 loss to the Giants, will be re-evaluated Monday.

"He's gotten better fast, day to day," Joseph said. "So we'll see how he feels on game day."

Quarterback Paxton Lynch was not ruled out for the first time this season, but Joseph said the second-year quarterback will be a healthy inactive on Monday.

"He practiced for the first time Wednesday," Joseph said, "and that's not fair to the guy."

Isaiah McKenzie, Will Parks, Menelik Watson, A.J. Derby and Cody Latimer were also deemed ready for Monday's game.

Latimer would make his first game appearance since the Broncos' Week 3 game against Buffalo.

Watson's return from a calf injury means Allen Barbre will return to his role at left guard, but he could see time at tackle, as well.

"He has two jobs," Joseph said. "He's obviously a co-left guard and he's also our swing tackle."

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