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Chiefs starting C Mitch Morse ruled out, Tamba Hali questionable, Justin Houston probable

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The Kansas City Chiefs injury report for the playoff game against the Houston Texans is out. The big one, Justin Houston, is good news. The Chiefs say he is probable which means he will be playing this weekend after missing the past five weeks with a knee injury. The Chiefs have to hope he's not too rusty.

The Chiefs say that starting center Mitch Morse is OUT. He will not play in the game and will be replaced by Zach Fulton. This might not be a big loss because Fulton did a good job in relief earlier this season for Morse, who has had two concussions.

Tamba Hali, who just had a new addition to his family, is listed as questionable. He's had a knee injury all year and broke his thumb a few weeks ago but expect him to play. Dee Ford, who returned to practice after a concussion last week, is questionable to play. Considering he practiced on Thursday, he's got a good shot to play, too.

Husain Abdullah is also questionable. He hasn't played since a Week 12 concussion.

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