Dorsey, Hillis Out For Chiefs Vs. Ravens

If the Kansas City Chiefs are going to pull off the upset Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens, they are going to have to do it without several key players.

Three Chiefs were ruled “out” on Friday, including starting DE Glenn Dorsey and RB Peyton Hillis. Little used WR Devon Wylie also will watch Sunday’s action in street clothes.

In addition to the three players we know won’t be playing for the Chiefs Sunday, there are plenty of other question marks throughout their final injury report. LB Derrick Johnson, S Kendrick Lewis and — Dorsey’s replacement — DE Ropati Pitoitua are all “questionable”, potentially leaving Romeo Crennel’s defense thin at every level.

After missing some practice time throughout the week, CB Brandon Flowers, OL Ryan Lilja and WR Jon Baldwin were listed as “probable” and should be able to play against the Ravens.

As has been the case all week, Baltimore only had two players on their final injury report and will come into Arrowhead as a healthy, well-rested team.


Jon Baldwin (Hamstring)
Brandon Flowers (Heel)
Ryan Lilja (Back)

Derrick Johnson (Groin)
Kendrick Lewis (Shoulder)
Ropati Pitoitua (Elbow)

Jalil Brown (Hamstring)

Glenn Dorsey (Calf)
Peyton Hillis (Ankle)
Devon Wylie (Hamstring)


Torrey Smith (Ankle)

Jah Reid (Calf)

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