Denver Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey (24) moves in to tackle Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Devon Wylie (19) during the first half at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Mandatory Credit: Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY Sports

Denver Broncos vs. Philadelphia Eagles Injury Report


The Denver Broncos and Philadelphia Eagles are set to face off this afternoon at 4:25 p.m. ET, and it should be a fourth victory on the season for the Broncos. The Eagles pass defense just isn’t good enough to keep up with Peyton Manning and his four excellent pass-catchers, and the Eagles best hope at this point is another monster game from LeSean McCoy. However, that wasn’t enough to beat the Kansas City Chiefs last week, so I definitely don’t anticipate a big game from McCoy being enough to swing the balance. Below are the injury reports for both teams, and the Broncos list is a whole lot longer than the Eagles list.

Denver Broncos


LB Paris Lenon (thigh)


TE Joel Dreessen (knee)

CB Champ Bailey (foot)- Bailey is expected to make his 2013 debut today.

SS Duke Ihenacho (ankle)- If the rising starting strong safety is out, then the Denver Broncos will start capable backup (he started last year but was beaten out by Ihenacho, who is the better player) Mike Adams in his stead. Ihenacho is a good playmaker who is excellent in the box, so his run stopping prowess would be missed by the Broncos.


RT Orlando Franklin (shoulder)

WR Eric Decker (shoulder)

WR Demaryius Thomas (ankle)

G Chris Kuper (ankle)

RB C.J. Anderson (knee)

CB Tony Carter (ankle)- He suffered the injury last week while blocking on a punt return.

WR Wes Welker (ankle)

LS Aaron Brewer (rib)

S Omar Bolden (shoulder)

S David Bruton (neck)

Philadelphia Eagles


FS Patrick Chung (shoulder)- Despite not practicing all week with a left shoulder contusion, the oft-injured veteran safety is going to be a game-time decision this afternoon after making the trip to Denver. While Chung is not expected to play, there is a chance that he plays and rookie Earl Wolff won’t be starting for the Eagles.


LT Jason Peters (finger)

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Tags: Champ Bailey Denver Broncos Duke Ihenacho Injury Report Joel Dreessen Paris Lenon Patrick Chung Philadelphia Eagles Tony Carter

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