Chiefs injury report: Jalil Brown, Glenn Dorsey questionable

John Rieger-US PRESSWIRE

Romeo Crennel gave his latest remarks about the Chiefs injuries this week before Sunday's game against the Raiders with news about Glenn Dorsey and Jalil Brown.

As the Kansas City Chiefs head into this weekend's rivalry game against the Oakland Raiders, the team will be as healthy as it has ever been during the 2012 season. Players who haven't played for weeks are likely to finally contribute on field, and Chiefs fans will likely see Peyton Hillis back with the offense. There are, however, a few players who are questionable.

Chiefs head coach Romeo Crennel detailed the Chiefs injuries from this morning at Arrowhead Stadium. Cornerback Jalil Brown, tight end Steve Maneri and defensive end Glenn Dorsey are all questionable for the Chiefs this week. Hillis and wide receiver Devon Wylie are listed as probable.

When asked about the team's relative health, Crennel said he was glad to have to make the decisions that he will regarding inactives before the game. After all, those decisions have been made for him until now.

"That's a good situation to be in that you have all you're guys, so it makes for some tough decisions. But that's a good thing."

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