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Posted by ESPN.com's Bill Williamson
Here is Friday's AFC West injury report:
Star left cornerback Champ Bailey will be a game-time decision Sunday for Denver's game against Oakland. Bailey has been limited in practice all week.
Bailey has been out since Oct. 20.
Running back Selvin Young is listed as doubtful because of a groin injury he has been dealing with for the past seven weeks. He didn't practice all week. Cornerback Dre' Bly came down with the flu Friday and he was sent out. The team expects him to play Sunday. Linebacker Nate Webster did light drills for the first time since being injured Nov. 6 at Cleveland. He won't play against the Raiders but he could face the Jets.
Tight end Tony Gonzalez and defensive end Tamba Hali were taken off the injury report. Both are expected to play Sunday against the visiting Bills. Middle linebacker Pat Thomas is out and will miss his second straight game. Derrick Johnson though is expected to play after missing the past few weeks.
Center Jake Grove is out with a calf injury. Quarterback JaMarcus Russell practiced Friday and is probable. He was limited in practice the past two days. He is dealing with knee and ankle injuries. Defensive end Derrick Burgess practiced all week and is probable. He missed the past six weeks with a triceps injury.
The Chargers will likely be without defensive lineman Luis Castillo on Sunday in its crucial game against Indianapolis. He didn't practice all week with a groin injury. He has a groin injury he suffered Sunday against Pittsburgh. Cornerback Antonio Cromartie practiced fully Friday after being limited the first two days of the week because of a nagging hip injury. He is listed as probable on the injury report.