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Chiefs-Eagles injury report: KC missing 3 starters from Monday's practice

The Kansas City Chiefs move on from the Dallas Cowboys and look ahead to the Philadelphia Eagles. KC travels to Philly for Thursday Night Football and it is of course Andy Reid's return to Philly. The Chiefs had a number of players not practicing on the short week. Read on for the full injury report from Monday. And click here for the Eagles injury report.

Kyle Rivas
Did not practice: T Branden Albert (shoulder), TE Anthony Fasano (ankle), CB Brandon Flowers (knee), LB James-Michael Johnson (neck), TE Travis Kelce (knee)

Andy Reid touched on all these on our call with him today. We'll run them down one by one...

Albert: He has a shoulder sprain. It doesn't appear to be serious considering he missed just four snaps and went back into the game. Expect him to play. This is the second game in a row that Albert has missed snaps due to injury.

Fasano: Ankle sprain. No word on how severe it is. He is the Chiefs No. 1 tight end and Travis Kelce, the No. 2 tight end, has played one snap in two games. This is a concern. We will be monitoring this throughout the week.

Flowers: He had some inflammation in his knee. He didn't miss any time due to it. He should be fine.

Johnson: Neck strain.

Kelce: As noted above, his health is key this week with Fasano's injury. He has been active in both games but played just one special teams snap. He needs to be healthy enough to play.

Also of note: Dunta Robinson is back and will play this Thursday.

Limited practice: DE Mike Devito (neck)

He had a stinger. I would guess not all that serious given he practiced in limited fashion.

Full practice: LB Nico Johnson (ankle), LB Dezman Moses (toe)

Johnson has yet to make his NFL debut with that ankle sprain. He was inactive last week despite seemingly having a shot to play. Moses, who was acquired on cut down weekend, has been on the injury report since he got here.

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