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Chiefs enter Packers game healthy while Green Bay has notable injuries

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The Kansas City Chiefs had nine players listed on the injury report but all of them practiced in full. It's expected that they will be ready to roll come Monday night when the Chiefs visit the Green Bay Packers.

Because that game is on Monday, Thursday's practice was more like a Wednesday practice in a regular week, and Friday's practice will really be like a Thursday practice and so on until Saturday.

There are no injuries (as of now) that is expected to keep anyone out. OL Jeff Allen and OT Eric Fisher continue to be listed on the injury report. Allen was inactive last week while Fisher only played a couple of snaps. He is practicing at right tackle this week, according to Andy Reid.

Meanwhile, the Packers have a couple of notable injuries. RB Eddie Lacy did not practice and it seems questionable whether or not he will be able to play through his ankle injury. OT Bryan Bulaga is out after surgery last week. The Chiefs pass rush will have a shot to make a difference. WR DaVante Adams didn't practice but sounds like he should be good to go.

Chiefs Thursday injury report

WR Jeremy Maclin (knee)

OL Jeff Allen (knee)

OT Eric Fisher (ankle)

TE Demetrius Harris (foot)

LB Josh Mauga (Achilles)

OT Donald Stephenson (ankle)

WR De'Anthony Thomas (calf)

RB Charcandrick West (Achilles)

WR Albert Wilson (shoulder)

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