Three Chiefs Ruled Out Vs. Saints

When the Kansas City Chiefs take the field in New Orleans on Sunday, they will be without the services of at least three players on their 53-man roster.

TE Kevin Boss, CB Jacques Reeves and WR Devon Wylie were all ruled “out” on Friday after they were unable to get on the practice field for head coach Romeo Crennel. The Chiefs could also be without several other players with five listed as “questionable”.

Last week CB Brandon Flowers was listed as “questionable” but was able to make his season debut and stay on the field for every single defensive stat in the process. Of the players with that designation this week, S Kendrick Lewis and TE Jake O’Connell are the least likely to play.

The remaining players on the Chiefs massive injury report were listed as “probable” and are expected to face the Saints.

Only one player is “out” for the Saints is former Chiefs DE Turk McBride. The rest of the New Orleans injury report features two players that are “questionable” and three — including QB Drew Brees — designated as “probable”.


Javier Arenas (Neck)
Allen Bailey (Ankle)
Jalil Brown (Groin)
Steve Breaston (Wrist)

Kendrick Lewis (Shoulder)
Ryan Lilja (Back)
Jake O’Connell (Knee)
Jamaal Charles (Knee)
Dexter McCluster (Shoulder)
Anthony Toribio (Ankle)

Kevin Boss (Head)
Devon Wylie (Hamstring)
Jacques Reeves (Hamstring


Drew Brees (Ankle)
Roman Harper (Wrist)
Devery Henderson (Concussion)
Johnny Patrick (Thigh)

Jonathan Casillas (Knee)
Marques Colston (Foot)

Turk McBride (Ankle)

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