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Damien Williams, Jordan Lucas inactive; all other Chiefs will play

The Chiefs are as healthy as they have been for any game this season

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The Kansas City Chiefs have released their list of inactive players before the game against the Oakland Raiders. As expected, running back Damien Williams — still nursing sore ribs after being injured against the Los Angeles Chargers almost two weeks ago — will not play.

Williams — listed as out — was the only player with an injury status on Friday. Every other Chiefs player on the injury report was a full participant in Friday’s practice. Almost all of them — defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi, tight end Blake Bell, cornerback Kendall Fuller, wide receiver Tyreek Hill, quarterback Patrick Mahomes, defensive end Alex Okafor, tackle Mitchell Schwartz and wide receiver Sammy Watkins — are available to play. Only safety Jordan Lucas was on Friday’s injury report and is inactive against the Raiders.

Okafor hasn’t played since Week 8; Fuller hasn’t been on the field since Week 6.

For the Raiders, wide receiver Hunter Renfrow had already been listed as out in Friday’s injury report. Tackle Trent Brown had been listed as questionable, but is active against the Chiefs. Center Rodney Hudson, running back Josh Jacobs and defensive back Lamarcus Joyner were all limited in practice during the past week, but will be active. Tackle David Sharp was also a limited participant in practice and will not play against Kansas City.

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