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Chiefs vs. Raiders final injury report: Darren Waller out on Sunday

Kansas City hosts Las Vegas on Sunday.

Kansas City Chiefs v Las Vegas Raiders Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images

Each practice day of the season, the Kansas City Chiefs release an official injury report leading up to the next game. This week, the Chiefs host the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday at Noon Arrowhead Time.

Here is the Chiefs’ final official injury report of the week:


Player Ps Injury Wed Thu Fri Status
Chris Lammons CB Ankle DNP DNP DNP OUT
Lucas Niang OL Ribs LP LP LP QUEST
Rashad Fenton CB Knee LP LP LP QUEST
Michael Burton FB Pectoral FP FP FP -
Chris Jones DL Calf FP FP FP -
Mike Hughes CB Calf FP FP FP -
Juan Thornhill S Glute FP FP FP -


Player Ps Injury Wed Thu Fri Status
Darren Waller TE Knee/Back DNP DNP DNP OUT
Carl Nassib DE Knee DNP DNP DNP OUT
Patrick Onwuasor LB Hamstring DNP DNP DNP OUT
Denzel Perryman LB Ankle DNP DNP DNP DOUBT
Kenyan Drake RB Ankle/IR IR N/A N/A N/A
Nick Kwiatkoski LB Ankle/IR IR N/A N/A N/A
Quinton Jefferson DT Back DNP LP LP -
Marquel Lee LB Ribs LP LP LP -
Sutton Smith FB Quad/Ankle LP FP FP -
Josh Jacobs RB Ankle FP FP FP -
Johnathan Hankins DT Groin FP FP FP -
Yannick Ngakoue DE NIR-Rest - DNP FP -
Cory Littleton LB Shoulder LP LP FP -
Nate Hobbs CB Knee FP FP FP -
Johnathan Abram S Thumb FP FP FP -

Some notes

  • Cornerback (and special-teams ace) Chris Lammons missed his third straight day of practice, while cornerback Rashad Fenton (knee) and right tackle Lucas Niang (ribs) practiced with limited participation — also for the third straight day. Lammons has been declared out for the game; Niang and Fenton have been listed as questionable.
  • We had hoped Niang would be ready to return this week, since his practice participation has improved since last week. While his questionable status indicates he could be active for the game, he would more likely be active as a backup — not as the starter.
  • Fenton could also be active for Sunday’s game. Like Niang, his practice participation this week was better than it was before the Broncos game. Fenton, however, could be put on a snap count to work him back in from his injury — something that would be more difficult to do for an offensive lineman such as Niang.
  • As a reminder, defensive end Josh Kaindoh (high ankle), running back Jerick McKinnon (hamstring), offensive lineman Mike Remmers (knee) and defensive tackle Khalen Saunders (knee) are on the team’s Reserve/Injured list, so they do not appear on the injury report.
  • The key Raiders injury is that of tight end Darren Waller (knee/back), who missed the team’s last game. He has now been declared out for Sunday’s game, too — denying the Raiders one of their key offensive weapons in their Chiefs rematch.
  • Two other key Raiders players we’ve been watching this week are defensive tackle Quinton Jefferson (back) and linebacker Denzel Perryman (ankle). Jefferson finished the week as a limited practice participant — but will be available for the game. Perryman, however, has been listed as doubtful.
  • Other Las Vegas players declared out include defensive end Carl Nassib (knee) and linebacker Patrick Onwuasor (hamstring).
  • Running back Jalen Richard was placed on the team’s Reserve/COVID list earlier this week, while running back Kenyan Drake (ankle) and linebacker Nick Kwiatkoski (ankle) were both placed on the Reserve/Injured list after missing Monday’s practice. All three will be unavailable on Sunday.

For Thursday’s injury report, click here.

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