KANSAS CITY — All seven Broncos who were listed as questionable for Denver's game against the Kansas City Chiefs will be active for "Sunday Night Football."
Cornerback Nate Hairston (hip), guard Dalton Risner (back), defensive end Shelby Harris (ankle), guard Quinn Meinerz (knee), tackles Bobby Massie (ankle) and Garett Bolles (active) and outside linebacker Jonathon Cooper (neck) are all active for the game. In all, four starters along the offensive line were listed as questionable, and they all will be available for Denver's prime-time matchup.
Massie and Bolles will return for the first time in several weeks, as they each suffered injuries before the bye week. Massie suffered his injury in Denver's Week 9 win over the Cowboys, while Bolles was injured late in Week 8 against the Washington Football Team. Harris missed one game with his injury, which he suffered in practice ahead of Denver's game against the Chargers.
Running back Melvin Gordon III (shoulder/hip) is among the team's inactives. He did not practice this week and was downgraded to out on Saturday. He did not travel with the team to Kansas City.
Nose tackle Mike Purcell was among the team's surprise inactives. He was listed on the injury report with a thumb injury, but he was a full participant all week in practice.
For a complete list of the Broncos' inactive players, see below.