The Kansas City Chiefs final injury report for their game against the Cleveland Browns is made up of ten players, including eight starters. Of those ten injured Chiefs, seven are questionable, putting them officially at 50/50 to play Sunday afternoon.
The biggest names labeled as questionable are Eric Berry, Brandon Flowers and Derrick Johnson. If the Chiefs defense has to play without any combination of those three, they will have a hard time following up last weekend’s victory over the Carolina Panthers with a solid effort.
Four offensive linemen are on the injury report, with starters Branden Albert, Jeff Allen and backup Ross Hochstein all deemed questionable. Starting center Ryan Lilja is probable and should be able to play.
Only one Chiefs player is doubtful, or unlikely to play, and that’s safety Abram Elam. Along with Flowers and Berry, he went down with an injury last week, putting pressure on the young, inexperienced Kansas City depth in the secondary.
Cleveland also listed ten players on their final injury report, but they are all probable, making the Browns a complete squad waiting to take on the Chiefs.