[Kansas City.com] Chiefs left tackle Willie Roaf made the trip to Denver on Monday night, but his hamstring was still aching, so he just roamed the sideline.
It was obvious Kansas City needed Roaf, a 10-time Pro Bowler, especially after the Chiefs were called for two holding penalties in the first half and sputtered offensively. Roaf has been out for two weeks, breaking a string of 49 straight starts.
Roaf had hoped to be back for the Denver game but couldn’t practice Saturday. Jordan Black started in his place.