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Chiefs final injury report vs. Chargers: Kansas City’s starting O-line is back

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The Chiefs’ starting offensive line will play together for the first time since Week 2.

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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 take on the Los Angeles Chargers at Estadio Azteca Monday night at 7:15 Arrowhead Time.

Here is the Chiefs’ final injury report of the week with official injury designations:

Chargers

Some notes:

  • Three Kansas City Chiefs missed practice all week — TE Blake Bell (ankle), DE Emmanuel Ogbah (pec) and DE Alex Okafor (ankle). They are out for Monday night against the Chargers.
  • CB Kendall Fuller (thumb) is questionable to play despite his full practice designation the first two days this week. He was limited on Friday. Fuller has missed the last four games due to the injury.
  • RG Laurent Duvernay-Tardif (ankle) and LT Eric Fisher (groin) will play — Duvernay-Tardif hasn’t played since Week 8, and Fisher hasn’t played since Week 2. RT Mitchell Schwartz (knee) will play despite being limited all week. That means the Chiefs should have their starting five offensive linemen for the first time since Week 2.
  • RB Damien Williams missed practice the last two days of the week (not having to do with injury). Andy Reid said the Chiefs expect him to be available against the Chargers but he is also officially questionable.
  • The Chargers revealed that RT Sam Tevi (knee) had surgery on his meniscus Friday and it could take a couple of weeks for his return. He’s been ruled out. Second-year OL Trent Scott will play right tackle.
  • LT Russell Okung (groin) was downgraded to doubtful on Saturday. Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn has said rookie Trey Pipkins would make his first career start at left tackle if Okung is held out.
  • Chargers LB Drue Tranquill (calf) is now questionable.

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