The initial injury reports are out for both the Kansas City Chiefs and Denver Broncos, who will meet at Arrowhead Stadium in Week 10 on Sunday. Once again the Chiefs have less injured players to report than their opponent with three to the Broncos' seven.
For the Chiefs, LB Demorrio Williams did not practice (groin), S Jon McGraw was limited (shoulder) and CB Javier Arenas was a full go (ankle). McGraw and Arenas missed last weekend's game against the Miami Dolphins. Sounds like they're on the road to recovery. No word on what's up with Williams.
For the Broncos, LB Wesley Woodyard (knee) was the only one not to participate in practice. Five players were limited including S Brian Dawkins (thigh), TE Virgil Green (neck), RB Spencer Larsen (shoulder), S Rahim Moore (concussion), and CB Cassius Vaughn (hamstring). RB Willie McGahee practiced in full with a hand injury.
It seems surprising to say, but McGraw might be the most important player listed for the Chiefs. I think it's as much about McGraw as it is the depth behind him (which is hitting the third string with Eric Berry already out).