Chiefs vs Broncos injuries: Clyde Edwards-Helaire is questionable


Each practice day of the season, the Chefs de Kansas City issue an official injury report leading up to the next match. the Chefs host the Denver Broncos sure Sunday night football this week at 7:20 p.m. Arrowhead time.

Here is the final Chef Injury Report of the Week with official designations:



A few notes

  • Chiefs running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire est questionable, but he’s likely to play, according to head coach Andy Reid.
  • Reid on Edwards-Helaire: “He’s got the same thing Breezy (Bashaud Breeland) had with the stomach case. We think we’ll bring it back here, I don’t think that’s a problem. He feels better today, but we held him back.
  • Linebacker Dorian O’Daniel (ankle high) is the Chiefs’ only player governed outside.
  • O’Daniel suffered a sprained ankle in the Chiefs’ last game against the Boucaniers de Tampa Bay, as Chiefs Special Teams Coordinator Dave Toub revealed on Thursday. These take a long time to heal, so it remains to be seen whether the Chiefs place O’Daniel on the wounded reserve. This year, additions to the injured reserve have typically taken place on Saturday.
  • Toub on O’Daniel’s special teams play: “He had a big role for us. It is a four-phase starter. He is in every phase. He was playing at the Pro Bowl level. This year he is our main tackler. He does very well with the block, so he will be missed until he comes back.
  • Broncos starting linebacker Malik Reed (shin) and running back Phillip Lindsay (knee) missed the first practice of the week, but improved throughout the week and trained hard on Friday. They are questionable against the Chiefs, as did talented rookie wide receiver Jerry Jeudy (ankle).

For the Chiefs-Broncos injury report on Thursday, click here.

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