The Kansas City Chiefs first injury report for Sunday’s game against the Chicago Bears includes just two players, down from four last week.
Ryan Lilja and Demorrio Williams were limited participants at practice Wednesday after being out and a full participant last week, respectively. Glenn Dorsey and Jon McGraw were on the injury report last week but after playing against the Pittsburgh Steelers have found their way off.
Rookie Rodney Hudson played in place of Lilja last week and considering how careful teams are with head injuries, there’s a good chance the veteran will sit again this week.
Like the Chiefs, the Bears aren’t sporting much of an injury report. Jay Cutler is out with a thumb injury and is likely to miss the rest of the season. A trio of cornerbacks round out the list: Charles Tillman, Zackary Bowman and D.J. Moore.
Tillman’s absence would be a huge boost for the Chiefs, but head coach Lovie Smith said the corner should be able to practice on Thursday and play on Sunday.
Ryan Lilja (Head)
Demorrio Williams (Groin)
Jay Cutler (Right Thumb)
Did Not Participate
Charles Tillman (Knee)
Zachary Bowman (Groin)
D.J. Moore (Ankle)