Chiefs Injury Report Includes Jonathan Baldwin And Three New Names

DETROIT, MI - SEPTEMBER 18: Calvin Johnson #81 of the Detroit Lions catches the ball for a touchdown against Jon McGraw #47 of the Kansas City Chiefs at Ford Field on September 18, 2011 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Dave Reginek/Getty Images)

The Kansas City Chiefs first injury report for Minnesota Vikings week includes four players -- DE Brandon Bair, WR Jonathan Baldwin, CB Brandon Flowers and S Jon McGraw. Baldwin is the only one of these guys who appeared on last week's injury report.

Bair did not practice at all on Wednesday with an illness. We're not sure what that means or if it's anything serious.

The other three guys were limited.

Baldwin is still battling the thumb injury he suffered in August and was listed as a limited participant. This is the second consecutive week he's been listed as limited and it sounds like Baldwin has a shot at playing this weekend.

Flowers suffered an ankle injury last weekend against the San Diego Chargersreportedly a high ankle sprain, according to Nick Wright. That can be a tough injury and he was listed as a limited participant in today's practice. No word on his status for Sunday.

McGraw left Sunday's game with what the Chiefs are calling a shin injury and he was a limited participant in practice. Like the other guys, we're not sure of his chances of playing on Sunday.

The Vikings injury report had two guys missing practice -- LB E.J. Henderson (knee) and RB Adrian Peterson (calf). Limited participants were S Tyrell Johnson (hip) and TE Jim Kleinsasser (elbow). CB Asher Allen (toe), CB Chris Cook (groin) and DT Kevin Williams were full participants in practice.

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