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Andy Reid provides updates on Deandre Baker, Willie Gay and Rashad Fenton

Baker broke his left femur in Sunday’s game against the Chargers.

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The Kansas City Chiefs came out of their Week 17 season-finale against the Los Angles Chargers with three injured players: cornerback Deandre Baker, rookie linebacker Willie Gay and cornerback Rashad Fenton.

Reid provided an update after the game.

“Deandre Baker, his left femur was broken,” said Reid. “So he’s going to go through [treatment] — and the docs will do a great job putting it back together there... my heart goes out to the kid. He’s been busting his tail and really done a nice job for us. He’ll be able to come back from this, so that’s a positive as we go forward.”

Reid said he told Baker to “hang in there” before he was carted off the field.

“I’m just proud of the way he’s handled himself since he’s been here,” added Reid. “He’s been through a tough road here, comes in and really has done a nice job of just concentrating on playing and went out and he was playing good football. Kind of a freak thing that happened. I know he’ll rebound from it, but for right now, our hearts go out to him.”

Reid added that Gay sprained his ankle and both of Fenton’s ankles were hindering him throughout the game.