Bradley to miss Denver game
One of the Chiefs’ best and unexpected weapons will miss Sunday’s game at Denver because of a lingering calf injury. Mark Bradley, a receiver who is third on the team with 24 receptions since the Chiefs acquired him two months ago, will be out of the lineup against the Broncos.
Coach Herm Edwards said Friday that Bradley’s injury isn’t a long-term concern and that the team hopes he can return next week against Miami.
“We’re being cautious with him right now,” Edwards said.
Edwards said that Bradley has aggravated the injury suffered two weeks ago and that coaches decided to rest him.
Cornerback Patrick Surtain (thigh) and linebacker Donnie Edwards (ankle) also will miss the Denver game. Linebacker Pat Thomas (thigh) and guard Adrian Jones (ankle) are questionable, and center Rudy Niswanger (ankle) and defensive end Tamba Hali (ankle) are probable.
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