We mentioned yesterday that Indianapolis Colts safety Melvin Bullitt was injured last week and, if he couldn't go, it would be former Chief DaJuan Morgan would be picking up the slack.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Bullitt is indeed out for the Chiefs -- and the rest of the year -- with a shoulder injury.
That means Morgan will plenty of looks from the Chiefs.
Yesterday when talking about Ryan Lilja's knowledge of the Colts offense, Chiefs coach Todd Haley suggested that the Chiefs could target a player on the opposing team if they know a lot about it.
That would be Morgan. The Chiefs drafted him in 2008 and he spent 2009 on the Chiefs roster so they know what he can (and can't) do.