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Chris Jones won’t play against Patriots; Okafor, Wylie will be active

The teams have released their inactives lists for the Chiefs-Patriots game at Arrowhead

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The Kansas City Chiefs have released their list of inactive players for their Week 4 game against the New England Patriots:

Defensive tackle Chris Jones had been listed as questionable for the game with a groin injury — and will not play. Defensive end Alex Okafor has missed two games with a hamstring injury, but will be available against the Patriots. Andrew Wylie — replaced a week ago by Mike Remmers — will also be available. None of the other inactive Chiefs had been listed with an injury status in the final injury report of the week; they should be considered healthy scratches.

The Patriots have also released their inactive list for the game.

The Patriots had four players listed as questionable for the game: defensive lineman Adam Butler (shoulder) and wide receiver Julian Edelman (knee), along with offensive linemen Isaiah Wynn and Shaquille Mason. All except for Mason will be available to play.

Running back Sony Michel (quad) and defensive back Cody Davis (rib) had been listed as out on the final injury report. Neither Davis or Michel will not play on Monday night, but they aren’t on this inactive list because the Patriots placed them on injured reserve on Monday afternoon. To take Michel’s roster spot, the team brought running back Damien Harris back from injured reserve. Wide receivers Gunner Olszewski and Isiah Zuber were also added to their active roster on Monday.