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Allen Bailey, De'Anthony Thomas will miss Chiefs game vs. Bills

Bailey hasn't played since Week 8.

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Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid addressed the media on Friday with a full injury report for Sunday's game against the visiting Buffalo Bills. Both teams have their fair share of injuries, and for the Chiefs, there are a couple of key hits in the front seven.

Both defensive lineman Allen Bailey and outside linebacker Dee Ford are listed as out for the game, per Reid's comments. On the offensive side, De'Anthony Thomas and Ben Grubbs are also officially listed as out.

Star pass rusher Tamba Hali missed practice again on Friday, as did running back Charcandrick West, but Reid seemed positive that both guys would be ready to contribute on Sunday. The same was said of Travis Kelce, who left practice with an apparent ankle injury. Reid immediately added, "We think he's going to be okay as we go."

For the Bills, star defensive end Mario Williams and starting right guard John Miller will both be out. Starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor is probable and expected to play after suffering a shoulder injury against the New England Patriots on Monday night. Defensive lineman Marcell Dareus is also probable after missing practice this week.


Buffalo Bills

Kyle Williams, DT - OUT

Marcus Easley, WR - OUT

John Miller, G - OUT

Mario Williams, DE - OUT

Marcell Dareus, DL - Probable

Bacarri Rambo, S - Probable

Tyrod Taylor, QB - Probable

Kansas City Chiefs

Ben Grubbs, G - OUT

Allen Bailey, DL - OUT

Dee Ford, LB - OUT

De'Anthony Thomas, WR - OUT

Charcandrick West, RB - Questionable

Travis Kelce, TE - Questionable

Mike DeVito, DE - Probable

Jamell Fleming, CB - Probable

Tamba Hali, OLB - Probable

Chris Conley, WR - Probable

Ramik Wilson, LB - Probable

Brian Parker, TE - Probable

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