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Wesley Woodyard injury: Broncos captain says he's good [Horse Tracks]

The Denver Broncos defensive captain tells ESPN he's "good" on Monday. The Broncos are waiting until practice Wednesday to officially update teams on the statuses of Woodyard, Ayers, and Harris, who all left Sunday's game with injuries.

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Linebacker Wesley Woodyard (neck), defensive end Robert Ayers (left shoulder) and cornerback Chris Harris (concussion) all left Sunday’s game and were evaluated Monday. Cornerback Omar Bolden also left the game in the fourth quarter after suffering what appeared to be a shoulder injury. Broncos coach John Fox classified all of the injuries as "nothing serious.’’ For his part, Woodyard said he felt "good, I’m fine.’’

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