The Kansas City Chiefs have released their inactives list for Sunday’s home opener against the Baltimore Ravens.
Here are the #Chiefs inactives today against the Ravens:— BJ Kissel (@ChiefsReporter) September 22, 2019
WR Tyreek Hill
RB Damien Williams
OL Greg Senat
OL Eric Fisher
OL Nick Allegretti
OL Martinas Rankin
DL Khalen Saunders
None of these names are big surprises. Tyreek Hill and Eric Fisher are out multiple weeks with injuries. Damien Williams had been listed as out. But running back LeSean McCoy — who had been listed as questionable — is not shown, and will be available to play in the home opener.
Also active on Sunday: linebacker Reggie Ragland, who has been inactive for the first two weeks of the regular season.
The Chiefs have 11 offensive linemen on their roster. Four of them are on Sunday’s inactive list, leaving just two reserves in the event of injury.
For the Ravens, tight end Mark Andrews — who had been listed as questionable with a foot injury — will also be available.
Ravens inactives at Chiefs:— Jamison Hensley (@jamisonhensley) September 22, 2019
CB Jimmy Smith (knee)
S Brynden Trawick (elbow)
QB Trace McSorley
ILB Otaro Alaka
G Ben Powers
DT Daylon Mack
WR Jaleel Scott
Only change is rookie third-rounder Jaylon Ferguson takes Trawick's spot on active roster and makes NFL debut
Kickoff is set for 12 Noon at Arrowhead Stadium.