The Kansas City Chiefs injury report for Sunday’s game against the Oakland Raiders is still one of the shortest in the NFL, but it did have a new name on it Thursday afternoon.
CB Jalil Brown joined QB Matt Cassel, DE Glenn Dorsey, RB Peyton Hillis, TE Steve Maneri and WR Devon Wylie on the injury report thanks to a groin injury.
The best news for the Chiefs continues to be that all of their injured players are on the field and participating in practice. Unless there’s a setback before kickoff, all signs point to Kansas City being without a single player missing Sunday’s action due to injury.
Hillis was the only player to have his status upgraded. On Wednesday the backup running back was only able to practice on a limited basis, but on Thursday Hillis was a full participant.
Getting Dorsey back would also be a huge boost for Romeo Crennel’s defense.
The Chiefs have dropped their last three games with Hillis and Dorsey on the sidelines.
Oakland’s injury report remains one of the biggest in the league with 19, though that included one downgrade (DT Desmond Bryant from limited to did not participate).
Did Not Participate