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Chiefs’ final injury report vs. Patriots: Tanoh Kpassagnon is questionable

Eric Murray and De’Anthony Thomas have been ruled out, but Kpassagnon is questionable.

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Each practice day, the Kansas City Chiefs will release an official injury report leading up to the next game. The Chiefs travel to New England to face the Patriots on Sunday Night Football.

Here is the Chiefs’ final official injury report of the week, which includes injury designations:


Some notes

  • OLB Tanoh Kpassagnon being questionable as opposed to doubtful or out is a nice surprise for the Chiefs. I would note that even though Kpassagnon is questionable to go and has been playing more recently, the indication around the club has been that the healthy Breeland Speaks will get the nod at right outside linebacker. If Kpassagnon is active, I believe it will be for depth.
  • Wide receiver De’Anthony Thomas refractured his right tibia during Thursday’s workout and is listed as out. Safety Eric Murray, dealing with an ankle injury, is also out. Your safeties for the game will be Ron Parker, Jordan Lucas, Josh Shaw and (not kidding) Marcus Kemp.
  • Safety Eric Berry and linebacker Justin Houston, who are listed as doubtful, will not play.
  • Wide receiver Chris Hogan was the only blip on the Patriots’ injury radar this week. He was the only injured Patriot to completely miss a practice, which came on Thursday. He’s probably the only one to watch to miss the game—I’d bet the others go for New England.

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