The Denver Broncos' playoff hopes took a huge blow today after head coach Josh McDaniels said receiver Brandon Marshall will not play in the final game of the season. The Denver Broncos, currently with an 8-7 record, are one of the many teams still alive for an AFC playoff birth. Starting the season 6-0, the team has lost seven out of the last nine, and needs a win along with help from other teams to enter the postseason. But McDaniels revealed Marshallùwho is believed to have injured his hamstring during practice this weekùwill not line up against Kansas City, saying "several other players will play Sunday with injuries worse than Marshall's." Marshall and McDaniels had their issues earlier in the season, but improved the relationship when the Broncos got off to the hot start. With the ...
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