Two key Broncos players are struggling with injures, with one of them questionable for tonight's game in Oakland and the other one out for sure.
Guard Chris Kuper is questionable for tonight's Raiders game set to start an hour from now. He had been listed as probable leading up to the game this week, but it was announced today that he had been downgraded to "questionable". Kuper has struggled with a left ankle injury all season long. If Kuper is unable to go, then Manny Ramirez will start in Kuper's place. Ramirez started the first six games of the season because Kuper missed the beginning of the year due to injury.
Linebacker Wesley Woodyard will also be out due to an ankle injury. John Fox has already stated that D.J. Williams and Danny Trevathan will play in his place. Wide receiver Brandon Stokley is also doubtful due to inury. Stokley missed last week's game and Matthew Willis will likely take his place yet again in the slot for tonight's game.Tags: Brandon Stokley, Chris Kuper, Denver, Denver Broncos, Football, NFL, Wesley Woodyard