When the Kansas City Chiefs take the field against the Dallas Cowboys Sunday afternoon at Arrowhead Stadium, they should be near full strength.
Jamaal Charles left last week’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars with what was called a quad injury and missed practice time earlier in the week. On Friday the running back was listed as probably the Chiefs and declared he would be ready to play.
The Chiefs should also have the services of guard Jon Asamoah and linebacker Nico Johnson, who were both inactive last week with calf and ankle injuries, respectively.
One player that could prevent Kansas City from perfect health is tight end Travis Kelce. The rookie was active against the Jaguars, but didn’t play because of a knee bruise. That same injury limited him in practice and he’s questionable on the final injury report.
Cornerback Dunta Robinson is also questionable, but not because of anything physically wrong with him. Robinson missed practice this week due to a personal issue and though being such an experienced veteran would help him play without practicing all week, there’s no way to know how Andy Reid will handle the situation.
Dallas will be without Ernie Sims, who is out, and may not have Anthony Spencer. Besides the two defenders, the Cowboys are healthy, despite big names like Dez Bryant and Tony Romo on the injury report. Both are nursing injuries suffered in a win over the New York Giants, but will line up Sunday.
Check out the final injury reports for both teams.