The Kansas City Chiefs have released their injury report for Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals and it's the lengthiest one of the year with seven players. The Chiefs have not had a Friday with seven players on the injury report yet this season. (They had seven in Week 3 but one was non-injury related).
Here's the injury report (H/T @KentBabb):
The Chiefs ruled out two players -- TE Tony Moeaki and S Jon McGraw -- neither of which are a surprise. Moeaki reportedly suffered a concussion against the Denver Broncos last week and hasn't practiced all week. McGraw as downgraded on Thursday from limited practice to no practice as he recovers from knee and head injuries.
The Chiefs listed quite a few players as questionable as well: WR Dexter McCluster, G Brian Waters, S Kendrick Lewis, G Ryan Lilja and S Donald Washington. McCluster hasn't played in three weeks because of what's been reported as a high ankle sprain while Waters continues on the injury report with a groin injury this week. Lewis has practiced in full all week and appears he'll play.
Lilja and Washington are new additions to the injury report from Thursday. Bob Gretz of BobGretz.com reported G Jon Asamoah took LIlja's spot at practice on Friday so Asamoah could fill in at either side Sunday.