The Kansas City Chiefs looked healthy coming out of the bye week, and the team had reason to believe they might be back to full strength. On Wednesday, every player practiced to one degree or another. Yet in the end, the team held out several questionable players from participating against the Oakland Raiders.
Glenn Dorsey, Steve Maneri and Devon Wylie were all inactive for the Raiders game, and each player was questionable leading up to Sunday. All were also limited participants in practice. Now they are questionable heading into the Chargers game on Thursday, and it will be interesting to see whether they can help fill in.
The notable new injury for the Chiefs is the team's starting quarterback Brady Quinn. Quinn took a shot to the head early in the game and never returned, Romeo Crennel has already said that he will be checked out and will be questionable until the full report and analysis can be conducted.
As for the Chargers, wide receivers Richard Goodman and Eddie Royal will be questionable heading into the Chiefs game. Linebacker Jonas Mouton also has a hip injury and will be questionable as well.