DENVER - Monday, Denver Broncos head coach John Fox gave updates on several of the injured players.
Trindon Holliday will be at practice Tuesday. Derek Wolfe will be back at Dove Valley but when he returns to practice is still to be determined. Wes Welker is still undergoing concussion protocol. His status for practice tomorrow and the Chargers game on Thursday night is still to be determined as well.
-- Derek Wolfe update
The Denver Broncos say Derek Wolfe will be back at the team facility Tuesday.
The defensive end was on the team bus at Denver International Airport on Nov. 29 for the flight to Kansas City when he became ill and had to be hospitalized.
The team issued a statement the next say that said, "Derek Wolfe is alert and recovering in a Denver hospital after experiencing seizure-like symptoms on Friday. He underwent extensive testing and is now being treated accordingly by doctors, who will continue to monitor his condition."
The team has not released any other details.
Fox said Monday he didn't know when Wolfe would be able to play, but that Wolfe would be back in the building Tuesday.
-- Wes Welker
Wes Welker was injured at the end of the first half in Sunday's game. The Broncos said he was undergoing testing for a concussion.
Welker suffered a concussion earlier this season.
-- Trindon Holliday
Trindon Holliday is suffering from a shoulder injury. He did not participate in workouts for two days last week and was limited on the third day of practice. He did not play yesterday.