Two big updates on the Kansas City Chiefs injury report for the Buffalo Bills game this weekend.
QB Matt Cassel was listed as probable after suffering a rib injury eight days ago in the preseason finale against the Green Bay Packers. Probable means he's likely going to be available, which is what everyone around the organization has been saying so expect him to play on Sunday against the Bills.
WR Jonathan Baldwin is a different story. He's officially been ruled out for Sunday's game with a thumb injury he reportedly suffered in a fight with RB Thomas Jones. This means Baldwin's first NFL game will be spent...on the sidelines. The question now becomes whether he misses multiple games because of this.
And there's a couple of new additions to the injury report: WR Steve Breaston was listed as probable with a hamstring injury, which is the first time he's popped up on the injury report, and OT Jared Gaither didn't practice on Friday and is listed as questionable.
G Ryan Lilja wasn't listed after missing practice earlier this week for non-injury reasons.