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Denver Broncos: Wesley Woodyard and Chris Kuper Hoping to Return on Sunday

December 10th, 2012 at 11:47 AM
By DJ Siddiqi

'Ray Lewis' photo (c) 2008, Keith Allison - license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/

Broncos starters Wesley Woodyard and Chris Kuper are hoping to return Sunday after missing Thursday night's game in Oakland. Both missed the game due to lingering ankle injuries. 

Broncos' players had been off since Thursday night's game before practicing Monday. Both Kuper and Woodyard missed practice on Monday.

In other news, Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis might play in Sunday's game. Lewis has missed seven consecutive games after tearing his left triceps in a game vs. the Dallas Cowboys in Week 6. The Ravens are 4-3 without him in the lineup. Baltimore is already thin at linebacker, with Jameel McClain and Josh Bynes leaving Sunday's game vs. the Redskins. Bynes returned to the game, but McCain did not. McClain had been starting in Lewis' middle linebacker spot.

With such a pivotal game on the horizon, both teams hope to be at full strength come 1:00 EST on Sunday.

Tags: Chris Kuper, Denver, Denver Broncos, Football, NFL, Ray Lewis, Wesley Woodyard

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