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Chiefs’ Wednesday injury report vs. Broncos: Mitch Morse still not practicing

The Chiefs center is still in the concussion protocol.

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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 host the Denver Broncos this week at Arrowhead Stadium

Here is the Chiefs’ first official injury report of the week:


Some notes

  • Running back Spencer Ware popped up on the injury report with an ankle issue, but it wasn’t serious enough to keep him from practicing fully. Eric Berry, Justin Houston and Mitch Morse were held out of practice, as expected.
  • Morse, who is currently in the concussion protocol, is the injury to watch for the Chiefs. Last week, offensive lineman Jordan Devey played center, but he was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, so it remains to be seen whether the team goes with Cameron Erving, Jeff Allen, Austin Reiter or James Murray.
  • It is unclear whether or not Broncos running back Royce Freeman will be able to play against the Chiefs after spraining his ankle last week against Arizona. Freeman shares time in the Denver backfield with Phillip Lindsay, who is healthy and ready to go.
  • Broncos outside linebacker Shane Ray, after missing practice all of last week due to ankle and wrist injuries, did not practice for Denver once again on Wednesday to begin Chiefs week.

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