AFC West injury update

Posted by ESPN.com's Bill Williamson

Here is a Friday injury report on the Broncos, Chiefs and Chargers:

In Denver, star cornerback Champ Bailey will test his groin injury, which has kept him out of the past six games, Sunday prior to the Broncos' game at Carolina. He was limited in practice all week. He is listed as questionable on the injury report.

Weakside linebacker D.J. Williams appears to be on his way to playing after starting the past five games with a knee injury. He practiced fully all week and he is listed as probable. Receiver Brandon Stokley is questionable with a foot injury he suffered last week against Kansas City. If Stokley doesn't play, Darrell Jackson and Chad Jackson will get more playing time.

In Kansas City, receiver Mark Bradley is questionable with a calf injury that kept him out of the Denver game. He was limited in his participation all week. Devard Darling replaced him against the Broncos. Center Rudy Niswanger (knee), cornerback Maurice Leggett (shoulder) and linebacker Donnie Edwards (knee) are also all questionable to face visiting San Diego on Sunday.

In San Diego, safety Clinton Hart and fullback Mike Tolbert are listed as doubtful to play at Kansas City, They both have shoulder injuries. Steve Gregory is set to play for Hart and Jacob Hester is set to play for Tolbert for the third straight game. Linebacker Jyles Tucker is probable and he practiced fully Friday after being limited with a hamstring injury Thursday.