Chiefs Add Two Players To Injury Report

After one day of preparation for the Green Bay Packers, the Kansas City Chiefs were owners of the shortest injury report in the NFL with just two names.  However, after Thursday’s practice the report doubled with the addition of Javier Arenas and Jonathan Baldwin.  They joined Jon McGraw and Kyle Orton on the injury report.

Both Arenas and Baldwin were unable to practice and their absences were officially attributed to “illness” with the rookie wide receiver saying on Twitter he was experiencing the “worst migraine ever“.

For the second straight day, McGraw did not participate in practice and his chances of starting against the undefeated Packers doesn’t look good.  Orton, on the other hand, looks like he is set to make his first start for the Chiefs.

The Packers injury report remained unchanged with nine players.

Chiefs

Did Not Participate
Javier Arenas (Illness)
Jonathan Baldwin (Illness)
Jon McGraw (Ankle)

Limited Participation
Kyle Orton (Right Finger)

Packers

Out
Chad Clifton (Hamstring/Back)
Greg Jennings (Knee)

Did Not Participate
Desmond Bishop (Calf)
Ryan Pickett (Concussion)
Brandon Saine (Concussion)
James Starks (Knee/Ankle)

Limited Participation
Josh Sitton (Knee)

Full Participation
A.J. Hawk (Calf)
Vic So’oto (Back)

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