The Kansas City Chiefs started Chase Daniel against the Packers on Thursday before giving way to Tyler Bray who played until about midway through the third quarter. Apparently Bray was dealing with injuries during that time.
Herbie Teope and other reporters on Andy Reid's Friday media conference call say that Reid said Bray was "banged up a little bit" dealing with knee and ankle injuries in Thursday's game. No word on how serious it is or whether it's even serious at all.
Reid on if Bray could’ve stayed in game: "I don’t know if he could’ve. His ankle was the thing that might have hindered on that …" 1/2— Herbie Teope (@HerbieTeope) August 29, 2014
Reid on Bray: "… then his knee there got swollen up a little bit after the game." 2/2— Herbie Teope (@HerbieTeope) August 29, 2014
This is so interesting because everyone has been waiting to find out what the Chiefs will do with their quarterbacks. Most teams keep three quarterbacks but the Chiefs have four with varying levels of promise. While debating the quarterbacks, we knew an injury to one of them -- a serious injury to merit a trip to IR - would basically make their decision for them.
GM John Dorsey will trim the roster from 75 to 53 players on Saturday afternoon. Of there are any players going on IR, they'll be announced then too.