[Topeka Capital-Journal] Pro Bowl left tackle Willie Roaf did not work out at the Chiefs’ final practice Saturday and appears unlikely to play in the Monday night game at Denver because of his hamstring injury.
Tight end Jason Dunn, like Roaf a critical component of the Chiefs’ fourth-ranked rushing offense, did only the walk-through part of the Saturday practice. His participation could be a game-time decision.
Two other Chiefs listed as questionable — fullback Tony Richardson (knee) and defensive end Carlos Hall (back) — practiced Saturday and should be ready for the Broncos. Defensive tackle Ryan Sims (foot) and reserve linebacker Keyaron Fox (knee) will not play.