The Kansas City Chiefs first injury report for Sunday night’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers includes just four names.
Like last week, the report is led by a player already ruled out. Instead of Matt Cassel, who has since been sent to injured reserve, Ryan Lilja is the Kansas City player that has no chance to see the field this weekend. Rookie Rodney Hudson took over for Lilja against the Patriots and he is in line to get the first start of his career.
The other three players all made an appearance on last week’s report, but were full participants in practice Wednesday: Glenn Dorsey, Jon McGraw and Demorrio Williams. Dorsey, McGraw and Williams were inactive Monday night in New England.
Brandon Flowers and Brandon Carr were “questionable” entering the Patriots game but both played.
Ryan Lilja (Head)
Glenn Dorsey (Knee)
Jon McGraw (Shoulder)
Demorrio Williams (Groin)
Arnaz Battle (Hamstring)
Ben Roethlisberger (Right Thumb)
LaMarr Woodley (Hamstring
Troy Polamalu (Ribs)
Emmanuel Sanders (Knee)