NFL injury report: Willis McGahee, Quentin Jammer among AFC West players down

Doug Pensinger

Willis McGahee and Dwayne Bowe were among the bigger names that got dinged up this past week in the AFC West. Here's a full rundown of the notable injuries from Week 11.

There were several notable injuries for AFC West teams during Week 11. Denver Broncos running back Willis McGahee left the team's win over the San Diego Chargers in the first half with a knee injury. McGahee was experiencing swelling in the knee, and will undergo an MRI on Monday. He was replaced by rookie Ronnie Hillman.

The Chargers had injuries of their own to deal with on Sunday, as they lost cornerback Quentin Jammer and linebacker Larry English with knee injuries. Neither returned to the game, and there's no word yet on the severity of their injuries.

The Kansas City Chiefs have struggled mightily this season, and it may get even worse. Wide receiver Dwayne Bowe left the Chiefs' loss to the Cincinnati Bengals with a head/neck injury, and did not return. They also lost left tackle Branden Albert with a knee injury. There has been no updates on their statuses.

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