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Chiefs and Broncos Inactive Players; Live Stream on Oct. 30

KANSAS CITY, Mo., Sporting Alert — The Kansas City Chiefs and the Denver Broncos will battle in a Monday Night Football AFC West showdown and the following are the inactive players ahead of the game.

Watch Live Stream on WatchESPN. Live TV Channel is ESPN, and game time is 8:30 PM ET

After starting the season with five straight wins, Kansas City (5-2) has lost it’s last two games and will be hoping to snap that skid tonight at Arrowhead Stadium.

Denver (3-3) is also on a two-game losing streak and is coming off a 21-0 shutout defeat to the Los Angeles Chargers in the last outing.

The Chiefs inactive players for tonight’s game include quarterback Tyler Bray, linebacker Ramik Wilson, cornerback D.J. White and safety Steven Terrell.

Meanwhile, Kansas City has activated cornerback Steven Nelson from injured reserve.

Nelson has been in the reserves since training camp, but he could make his season debut on Monday night.

Starting center Mitch Morse also returns to tonight and will play for the first time since he sprained his foot in the Week 2 game against the Eagles.

For Denver, wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders still needs a few more days to recover from a sprained ankle he suffered during Week 6.

Quarterback Paxton Lynch, running back De’Angelo Henderson and linebacker Todd Davis are also among the Broncos’ inactive players.

Offensive lineman Shane Ray has been activated from injured reserve and could to face the Chiefs.

Ray suffered a torn ligament in his left wrist at the beginning of training camp, but has recovered now and is good to go.

Chiefs inactive players against the Broncos: QB Tyler Bray, G Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, OL Jordan Devey, LB Ramik Wilson, CB D.J. White, DL Roy Miller, S Steven Terrell

Broncos inactive players against the Chiefs: LB Todd Davis, CB Lorenzo Doss, RB De’Angelo Henderson, QB Paxton Lynch, WR Emmanuel Sanders, T Donald Stephenson, OLB/DE DeMarcus Walker.

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