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Kansas City Chiefs injury updates: Travis Kelce, Devon Wylie banged up in final preseason game

The Kansas City Chiefs beat the Green Bay Packers, 30-8, in the final preseason game. The one worrisome injury came when TE Travis Kelce injured his knee, but it appears he will likely be fine, according to Andy Reid. Read on for updates on the Chiefs injury situation following Thursday's game.

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Injured during the game

TE Travis Kelce: Knee injury. He had a knee bruise that prevented him from playing in last week's game, and cost him a few practices. He returned to practice this week but injured the knee during the game. He was limping off the field and met with trainers on the sidelines who appeared to be looking at his left knee. He did not return. "I think he should be fine," Reid said. That's great news because the Chiefs need him considering Moeaki's injury.

WR Devon Wylie: Hamstring injury. He went deep on the first play and came up limp. "He cramped up a little bit during the week and so when it tightened up a bit we got him out of there," Reid said. Read that sentence again and let me know if you think it hints Wylie is making this team. I kinda think it does. "He should be fine though," Reid said.

G Ricky Henry: Just signed last week, Henry has some bad news. He ruptured his bicep, which is a "pretty significant" injury, according to Reid.

CB Semaj Moody: Cramped up at the end of the game.

Did not dress

The Chiefs starters didn't play but they did dress with the exception of a handful of players.

TE Tony Moeaki: Shoulder fracture. We reported after the injury that it's a 12-week recovery timeline. Andy Reid said after the game he did not know what they were going to do with him yet. The Chiefs TV broadcast essentially confirmed out report that he would miss much of the season. If he makes it through this round of cuts, the Chiefs could be considering the IR-designated to return option, which can be made on September 3.

LB Nico Johnson: Sprained ankle. Andy Reid indicated he would unlikely be available for the game. He did not dress.

S Sanders Commings: Still the broken collarbone. He's about five weeks into what we thought was a 6-8 week injury.

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