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Andrew Wylie out against Ravens; three questionable players active

The Chiefs have released their inactives for Monday Night Football.

NFL: DEC 01 Raiders at Chiefs Photo by Scott Winters/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

The Kansas City Chiefs have released their list of inactive players for the Monday Night Football matchup with the Baltimore Ravens.

The big surprise here is right guard Andrew Wylie, who did not appear on any of this week’s injury reports. However, according to the Kansas City Star, Wylie appeared at the stadium sick, and was headed for the hospital.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter then found another tidbit about Wylie’s situation.

This week’s edition of the Chiefs’ unofficial depth chart listed undrafted rookie Yasir Durant behind Wylie at right guard, but it wouldn’t be prudent to bet against veteran offensive lineman Mike Remmers sliding into that spot.

Wide receiver Sammy Watkins (concussion) cornerback Charvarius Ward (hand) and linebacker Dorian O’Daniel were all listed as questionable on Saturday’s final injury report, but all three will be active for the game.

After protecting defensive back Chris Lammons and running back DeAndre Washington on their practice squad earlier this week, the Chiefs decided to not to elevate any of their practice squad players for the game.

Defensive end Alex Okafor had already been ruled out with a hamstring injury. He missed all of this week’s practices. The rest of the team’s inactive players are healthy scratches.

The Ravens have also released their inactive players for Monday night.

The Ravens elevated practice squad defensive backs Terrell Bonds and Khalil Dorsey for this game. After missing all of this week’s practices, cornerback Tavon Young had been listed out on Baltimore’s final injury report on Saturday.

Wide receiver Chris Moore and defensive tackle Justin Madubuike were both listed as questionable on Baltimore’s final injury report. Neither will play on Monday night. But defensive back (and linebacker) Anthony Levine and guard D.J. Fluker — also listed questionable on Saturday — will be available.