|09-26-2005, 06:55 PM||#1|
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Broncos-Chiefs Notes: Bell Among Actives
An ankle injury didn't keep Tatum Bell out of the lineup. PHOTO: ERIC LARS BAKKE
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By Andrew Mason
DENVER -- Eight days after spraining his ankle, running back Tatum Bell will play, as the Broncos placed him among their 53 active players for Monday night's game against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Bell and fellow running backs Mike Anderson and Ron Dayne comprise the Broncos' tailback compliment for tonight's game against the Chiefs. Quentin Griffin, who was signed last Tuesday to provide depth, was deactivated.
Tight end Nate Jackson will miss a third straight game, as he was deactivated after practicing throughout last week. It marked his first full week of on-field work since he aggravated a pulled hamstring in the preseason finale against the Arizona Cardinals. Fellow tight end Wesley Duke was also scratched.
The Broncos' other inactive players include wide receivers David Terrell and Todd Devoe, cornerback Karl Paymah and defensive linemen Monsanto Pope and Marco Coleman.
|09-26-2005, 06:58 PM||#2|
Join Date: May 2001
So who took the place of Todd Devoe... he's been making plays every game. Especially in kick/punt coverage.
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