Earlier this week Nick Wright of 610 Sports reported that Kansas City Chiefs DE Tyson Jackson was "almost definitely" out of Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns for what he reported was a sprained MCL.
He may be expected to miss the game but Jackson's making a nice recovery. He didn't practice on Friday but told reporters including 810 WHB's Jason Anderson that "the swelling in his knee has gone down to where he can no longer hear a 'clicking'".
On the Chiefs injury report issued to the league on Friday afternoon, Jackson is listed as questionable with a knee injury. A doubtful designation would all but rule him out for Sunday's game but questionable leaves open the possibility of him playing.
Also listed as questionable is LB Tamba Hali (foot) and RT Ryan O'Callaghan (groin). Both were limited in practice on Friday. O'Callaghan was seen in the locker room on Thursday walking very slowly and gingerly after workouts.
DE Wallace Gilberry, who missed Thursday's practice with a back injury, returned and participated fully. He's listed as probable and almost certainly will play on Sunday.
S Jon McGraw made his first appearance on the injury report. He practiced fully and is probable with a hamstring injury.