[Kansas City.com] After a day on the treadmill and elliptical machine, tackle Willie Roaf felt so good he made a request: He wants to try to practice today.
Roaf, a 10-time Pro Bowl tackle, was upgraded Friday to a shade better than 50-50 for Monday night’s game at Denver. He’s been out because of a hamstring strain since the first half of the Sept. 11 season opener against the Jets.
“I don’t know if it’s going to be a game-time decision or if they will make that decision prior to us even traveling out there,” quarterback Trent Green said.
“I am just excited he is up on his feet and moving around, so there is a chance.”