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T.J. Ward is back from suspension for Chiefs game - Horse Tracks

The Broncos' starting safety's suspension concluded on Monday.

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Broncos safety T.J. Ward is back with the team after serving a one-game suspension.

"It was very difficult," Ward said Monday."I wanted to be out there, but I couldn't. It is what it is. I'm back now and ready to go."

Ward said he wasn't surprised with the way his defensive teammates played.

"They played how I expected them too," said Ward. "They played how we've been practicing, how we played in the preseason. I was very proud of how they played."

Ward is expected to re-enter the starting lineup against the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday Night Football in Week 2.

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