Sounds like this is happening.
There's a pretty good chance Poe will play, per Andy Reid.— Pete Sweeney (@pgsween) September 11, 2015
Dontari Poe had back surgery for a herniated disc on July 15 and less than two months later here we sit. Chiefs defensive coordinator Bob Sutton talked about managing Poe's reps so I'm not sure we'll see him at his usual self playing every snap. But even a little bit of Poe is very good because it gives the Chiefs more versatility along the defensive line. Jaye Howard, who had been replacing Poe, can rotate in at nose tackle and defensive end if need be.
Should we be concerned about Poe being rushed back? According to one doctor, there is the chance of a set back but not a re-injury.
@CrisPringle Risk of setback but not re-injury. Great job by Poe and med staff for quick retuen. @TerezPaylor @ArrowheadPride— David J. Chao, MD (@ProFootballDoc) September 10, 2015