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Kansas City Chiefs injury report moves to 15 players

That's a lot of players.

Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

The Kansas City Chiefs injury report is once again bigger than it ever has been under Romeo Crennel. There are 15 players listed on the injury report with almost half of those guys (7) not practicing at all on Thursday. That's a little concerning.

Here's how the injury report looks for Thursday:

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Did not practice: Branden Albert, Terrance Copper, Cory Greenwood, Tyson Jackson, Ryan Lilja, Tony Moeaki, Donald Stephenson

Any time you miss consecutive practices it's concerning. We know Albert and Lilja have been battling their issues all season long so they may be able to play without practicing.

But what about the others?

Jackson's missed two straight days with an ankle injury. Moeaki still isn't practicing after his Week 15 head injury. Stephenson remains out with an illness. Joining him on that list is Cory Greenwood, who was out on Thursday due to illness.

Limited practice: Josh Bellamy, Abe Elam

This is Bellamy's initial appearance on the injury report -- he wasn't listed on Wednesday. He has an ankle injury and was limited on Thursday.

Elam was a full participant on Wednesday, leaving us to wonder if he'd return this weekend. But now he's a limited participant. So, hmm. I don't know.

Full practice: Jon Asamoah, Eric Berry, Jamaal Charles, Tamba Hali, Russ Hochstein, Rich Ranglin

Berry and Hali didn't practice at all on Wednesday due to illness so they're looking good now that they're returned.

The rest of the guys should be good to go.

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