Denver Broncos Could Miss Wesley Woodyard, Chris Kuper in Baltimore Against Ravens, Sunday

December 15, 2012 7:00 AM

Denver Broncos Could Miss Wesley Woodyard, Chris Kuper in Baltimore Against Ravens, Sunday
By Rich Kurtzman

" Injuries to important players at the crucial end of the regular season is reality in the National Football League. The best teams in the league find ways to rally, to overcome those injuries and continue to play well.

Like the Baltimore Ravens for instance, who have missed all-world linebacker Ray Lewis for two months (torn triceps) and Terrell Suggs for two games (torn biceps), yet they are fourth in the AFC at 9-4 overall.

The Broncos have experienced something similar, with running back Knowshon Moreno stepping up to fill the void of Willis McGahee (torn MCL), and they’ll have to do much of the same this week with two starters questionable to play.

Chris Kuper has simply been unlucky this season when it comes to injuries, and his status for the rest of the year remains uncertain. Way back in training camp, Kuper broke his forearm and sat out the first four weeks. More recently, he hurt an ankle in the team’s win over Cincinnati, missed two games, played against Kansas City and Tampa Bay, but was downgraded and sat out again in Denver’s victory in Oakland "

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