ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) -The Denver Broncos have lost linebacker Boss Bailey and backup quarterback Patrick Ramsey to season-ending injuries. Cornerback Champ Bailey is out for at least a month.
All three were hurt in Denver's 41-7 loss at New England on Monday night. Boss Bailey and Ramsey were placed on injured reserve Wednesday.
Boss Bailey is scheduled to have microfracture surgery on his left knee.
Ramsey injured his throwing elbow on a second-quarter sack.
Champ Bailey suffered a groin injury covering Randy Moss in the first half and didn't return.
The Broncos also placed offensive tackle Erik Pears on the reserve/non-football illness list for an appendectomy and released defensive tackle Steven Harris from the practice squad.
Bears
The Bears signed safety Terrence Holt and placed rookie cornerback Zackary Bowman on injured reserve because of a biceps injury he suffered during an impressive debut against Minnesota.
Bears' 48-41 victory on Sunday. He was the first Bears player to deliver a touchdown and interception in his NFL debut since Gerald Weatherly on Sept. 17, 1950, against the Los Angeles Rams, but he will miss the rest of the season.
Holt, a fifth-round pick by Detroit in 2003, spent four seasons with the Lions. He signed with Arizona as an unrestricted free agent in March 2007 and started all 16 games at free safety last season, making 75 tackles before getting released.
He then signed with Carolina, but got waived at the end of the preseason.
Holt's older brother is St. Louis Rams receiver Torry Holt.
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