Chiefs Vs. Patriots Injury Report: Flowers, Carr Both Questionable

KANSAS CITY MO - OCTOBER 31: Brandon Flowers #24 and Brandon Carr #39 of the Kansas City Chiefs celebrate after a tackle during the game against the Buffalo Bills on October 31 2010 at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City Missouri. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

The Kansas City Chiefs and New England Patriots have released their final NFL injury reports for Week 11. Not much has changed since Joel's report yesterday. The Kansas City Chiefs still list five players on their injury report. 

QB Matt Cassel is of course out this weekend, after having surgery on his hand earlier this week. 

S Jon McGraw was a full practice participant on Thursday but for the second straight day he is listed as questionable on this week's injury report. He has a continuing shoulder issue. 

DT Glenn Dorsey is listed as questionable with a knee issue but he still hopes to play. Joel mentioned earlier this week that Dorsey is expected to play. 

CB Brandon Carr (ankle) and CB Brandon Flowers (back) are also listed as questionable and have been since Wednesday. We're not sure on their exact status so make sure you check back here before the game.

The Patriots have 18 players listed on the injury report, including former Chief G Brian Waters

Make sure you check back here tomorrow for more articles, open threads and Chiefs-Patriots news. 

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