Final Injury Report: Chiefs v Colts

Hey, party people (in honor of our favorite punter), happy Friday!  To celebrate this glorious day, we’re bringing you the final injury report for the Chiefs v. Colts game, right on time!  After the jump we’ll tell you who practiced on Friday and who will play on Sunday.  Enjoy:

Player Name Injury Friday Practice Game Status
Joseph Addai Knee Full Participant Questionable
Antoine Bethea Hamstring Limited Questionable
Gary Brackett Back Full Participant Probable
Donald Brown Hamstring Did not Practice Questionable
Austin Collie Foot Limited Questionable
Kavell Conner Foot OUT OUT
Dwight Freeney Rest Full participation Probable
Pierre Garcon Hamstring Full Participation Questionable
Anthony Gonzalez Ankle OUT OUT
Mike Hart Knee Did Not Participate Questionable
Charlie Johnson Foot Did Not Participate Questionable
Brandon King Hamstring Did Not Participate Questionable
Jacob Lacey Foot Did Not Participate Questionable
Jerraud Powers Foot Did Not Participate Probable
Jamey Richard Shoulder Full Participation Probable
Bob Sanders Biceps OUT OUT
Clint Session Hamstring Full Participation Probable
Reggie Wayne Knee Full Participation Probable

I’m a glass half drank kind of guy, so I’ll start with the bad news first. It looks like Jacob Lacey, Donald Brown, and Mike Hart are all going to miss this week’s game.

On the other side of the equation, my gut instinct has been that Collie will play, and he did practice (in a limited basis) on Friday, so i think he’ll give it a go.  Antoine Bethea will be out there, as well, but one has to worry about his effectiveness, given the fact that he’s been limited in his two practice days.

We seem to be getting healthier on the offensive line — Jamey Richard will be back after missing last week’s game, Charlie Johnson and Jeff Saturday have put in a lot of practice, and Ryan Diem is still alive.

My only real concern for this game, injury-wise, is the lack of true backup for JoeJoe Addai.  He’s been great this year, and I trust him to do a lot with his touches, but with each touch comes risk for injury.

The Colts seem to be getting healthier, hopefully it’s enough to help them pull out a win over the league’s last undefeated team.

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