Chiefs Injury Report Has A Common Theme

For the first time this season, the Kansas City Chiefs will have every player on their 53-man roster healthy enough to be on the game day roster.

After being out since the first week of the preseason with a thumb injury, first-round pick Jonathan Baldwin could finally make his debut against the Indianapolis Colts.  Head coach Todd Haley made it clear that the wide receiver’s health is not an issue any more, but that a numbers game could keep him as a healthy scratch.

The only other Chiefs listed on the injury report are Jon McGraw and Terrance Copper, but both practiced in full on Friday and, like Baldwin, will not be held back by anything other than a lack of room on the 46-man roster.


Jonathan Baldwin (Thumb)
Jon McGraw (Knee)
Terrance Copper (Illness)


Peyton Manning (Neck)

Anthony Castonzo (Ankle)
Ryan Diem (Ankle)
Dwight Freeney (Abdominal)
Dili Moala (Ankles)
Drake Nevis (Back)
Kerry Collins (Concussion)
Ernie Sims (Knee)
Brody Eldridge (Knee)
Mike Pollak (Arm)
Joe Reitz (Ankle)

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