KC Chiefs injury report: Jamaal Charles probable, Eric Fisher ruled out

John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports

The KC Chiefs final injury report for Tennessee Titans week is in. Jamaal Charles will play while Eric Fisher has been ruled out.

Out: TE Travis Kelce (knee), RT Eric Fisher (concussion)

This is what we expected.

Kelce said last week he would probably be out a few more weeks. They have played without him all season so they can handle that.

Fisher didn't practice all week. Perhaps the Chiefs are being cautious here and this isn't indicative of any unusual problems (although getting banged in the head so hard you get a concussion is pretty unusual in itself). Donald Stephenson will likely get the start.

Questionable: CB Brandon Flowers (knee), S Kendrick Lewis (ankle), TE Anthony Fasano (ankle, knee)

The big three. Lewis played last week on that ankle so I'm guessing he will play this week.

Flowers was out last week so he's a big one to watch. If he can't go Marcus Cooper would likely step in for him again, along with Dunta Robinson. This seemed like a much bigger injury until Cooper played well last week. I'm a little more confident in the depth.

Fasano hasn't played since Week 1. Sean McGrath and Kevin Brock have been playing in his place. Similar to Flowers, Fasano's injury made the Chiefs realize they have depth there.

Probable: RB Jamaal Charles, P Dustin Colquitt, G Jeff Allen, G Jon Asamoah, C Rodney Hudson, TE Sean McGrath, FB Anthony Sherman, CB Marcus Cooper and LB James-Michael Johnson

These guys should all play.

Charles had blisters on his feet that were apparently pretty bad. Looks like he's ready to go.

Colquitt made every Chiefs fans hold their breath last week when he went down but he finished out the game. It was called a sprained knee.

Allen missed last week's game but appears ready to go now. Geoff Schwartz replaced him last week.

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