Chiefs injury report: Brady Quinn and 10 others are probable for Colts game

Gregory Shamus

16 players on the injury report.

The KC Chiefs final injury report for Indianapolis Colts week is out and there are 11 total players that are listed as probable. At 16 total names, this is the biggest injury report we've seen this year.

Here's how it all shakes out...

Doubtful: Tony Moeaki

He had a head injury last week. He's not going to play.

Questionable: Branden Albert, Abe Elam, Russ Hochstein, Jerrell Powe

Albert's the big one here but it sounds like he'll probably play. He's been limited all week, just like he has been for a few weeks. Romeo Crennel said his back issue will be a thing he works through all season.

If Elam can't go, the Chiefs will see more of Tysyn Hartman.

And if Hochstein can't go, then we better hope none of the offensive linemen get hurt.

Probable: Javier Arenas, Jon Asamoah, Jon Baldwin, Josh Bellamy, Eric Berry, Terrance Copper, Brandon Flowers, Ryan Lilja, Brady Quinn, Rich Ranglin, Neiko Thorpe

All the probable guys should be available to play. Some might be inactive but from a health standpoint probable means they're almost certain to be ready. Brady Quinn will start.

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