Of all the damage done to AFC West teams in Week One, the Denver Broncos losing defensive lineman Ty Warren for the year stands out. Warren, who tore his triceps in the opening half of Denver's Sunday night win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, has missed the last two seasons with injuries as well.
The Kansas City Chiefs had no players injured in their 40-24 opening loss to the Atlanta Falcons. Cornerback Brandon Flowers, safety Kendrick Lewis and tackle Anthony Toribio all missed Sunday's game, and no one seems sure when any of them will return.
The Oakland Raiders might be looking for a new long snapper, if Jon Condo cannot return soon from a head injury that knocked him out of Monday night's game against the Chargers. Condo's replacement, backup linebacker Travis Goethel, badly misfired on several punt snaps. Cornerback Ron Bartell had to leave the game with a shoulder injury and will be evaluated Tuesday.
The San Diego Chargers' star tight end Antonio Gates had to leave Monday night's game with a rib injury, but did return later. The statuses of Ryan Mathews, Jared Gaither and Antonio Garay, who all did not play against the Raiders, will be updated later in the week.
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