Chiefs, Broncos injury update

Posted by ESPN.com's Bill Williamson

Here is a Chiefs and Broncos injury report:

In Denver, defensive end Ebenezer Ekuban did not practice with a back injury. He was injured against the Jets on Sunday.

For the fourth straight week, cornerback Champ Bailey was limited in participation. Earlier this week, he said he will play Sunday against the Chiefs.

However, Denver did get some positive news as linebackers D.J. Williams and Nate Webster practiced fully for the first time since each suffered a knee injury. Williams has missed four games and Webster has missed three games. Their return is no sure thing, but the fact that both practiced fully is a good sign that the linebackers will be ready to play Sunday against visiting Kansas City. Backup running back Selvin Young also practiced fully for the first time since injuring his groin nine weeks ago.

In Kansas City, linebacker Donnie Edwards and cornerback Patrick Surtain, who have both been dealing with extended injuries, did not practice. Edwards has hamstring and knee issues and Surtain had a quadriceps injury. Defensive end Tamba Hail (ankle) and linebacker Pat Thomas (hamstring) were both limited in practice.