UPDATE: Friday, 4 p.m. ET
The official injury report and game status for the Chiefs has been released. They have four players ruled out, including offensive lineman Joe Thuney and DT Derrick Nnadi.
The Kansas City Chiefs are banged up heading into the AFC Championship Game against the Baltimore Ravens. In addition to two players that are on injured reserve, the Chiefs have 15 players on their injury report this week.
Despite the big number, only three players completely missed practice on Wednesday and Thursday. Left guard Joe Thuney (pectoral) and defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi (tricep) aren’t expected to play on Sunday. Running back Isiah Pacheco (ankle/toe) missed practice but participated in the walkthrough, indicating he has a better chance to be a go.
WR Kadarius Toney (hip) was limited on Thursday after being a full participant Wednesday, and is the only player who took a step back.
Safety Mike Edwards (concussion) improved from DNP on Wednesday to limited participant on Thursday. Guard Trey Smith went from DNP to full participant after an illness kept him out Wednesday.
Among the limited participants on Wednesday, only one improved to full participant as backup QB Blaine Gabbert’s oblique apparently was better.
Everyone else stayed static:
- LB Willie Gay (neck) limited both days
- CB L’Jarius Sneed (calf) limited both days
- T Wanya Morris (concusion) full both days
- WR Rashee Rice (hamstring) full both days
- WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling (oblique) full both days
- DE Charles Omenihu (wrist) full both days
- CB Trent McDfufie (ankle) full both days
- CB Josh Williams (knee) full both days
- OL Prince Tega Wanogho (IR-quad) full both days