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Chiefs offensive line is back for MNF; Fuller and Thompson inactive

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The Chiefs and Chargers have released their inactive lists for Monday Night Football

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The Kansas City Chiefs have released their inactives list for the Monday Night Football game against the Los Angeles Chargers in Mexico City. As we expected, the offensive line will be back together for the game; starting left tackle Eric Fisher, right guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif and right tackle Mitchell Schwartz will all be available to play.

Neither tight end Blake Bell or defensive end Alex Okafor will be available for the game. After being held out of practice all week, both had been been listed as out in the last injury update. Kendall Fuller is also inactive. He was a full participant in practice on both Thursday and Friday,but was limited in practice on Saturday. He had been listed as questionable. Damien Williams missed practices on Friday and Saturday for personal reasons, but is with the team in Mexico City — active and ready to play.

Running back LeSean McCoy — inactive against the Tennessee Titans last week in what head coach Andy Reid said was a planned week of rest — will be active on Monday night. Darwin Thompson — active last week — will sit this one out, along with backup offensive linemen Nick Allegretti and Jackson Barton.

Also active and ready to play tonight: wide receiver Gehrig Dieter, who was activated from the practice squad on Monday afternoon.

The Chargers, however, will be without significant parts of their offensive line.

The Chargers have already put two starting-caliber offensive lineman on injured reserve for the season, and will be without two starting tackles against the Chiefs.