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Chiefs vs. Chargers final injury report: Frank Clark is now doubtful

Kansas City hosts Los Angeles Sunday at Noon Arrowhead Time.

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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 Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday at Noon Arrowhead Time.

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


Player Pos Injury Wed Thu Fri Status
Frank Clark DE Hamstring - LP DNP DOUBT
Charvarius Ward CB Quad - - DNP QUEST
Chris Jones DE Wrist LP LP LP QUEST
Anthony Hitchens LB Abdomen LP FP FP -
Derrick Nnadi DT Hip LP FP FP -
Blake Bell TE Ankle FP FP FP -
Trey Smith G Wrist FP FP FP -
L'Jarius Sneed CB Quad FP FP FP -
Austin Blythe C Abdomen FP FP FP -


Player Pos Injury Wed Thu Fri Status
Chris Harris Jr. CB Shoulder DNP DNP DNP OUT
Justin Jones DL Calf DNP DNP DNP DOUBT
Joey Bosa OLB Foot/Ankle DNP DNP DNP QUEST
Austin Ekeler RB Ankle FP FP FP -
Matt Feiler G Ankle FP FP FP -
Derwin James Jr. S Toe DNP FP FP -
Kenneth Murray Jr. LB Ankle FP FP FP

Some notes

  • Chiefs head coach Andy Reid had a key note on defensive end Frank Clark on Friday — that the current hamstring issue is in the opposite leg than the one he was dealing with in training camp and the preseason. That is a good thing. However, the Chiefs listed Clark as doubtful, all but guaranteeing he won’t play. Defensive end Chris Jones (wrist) is questionable, meaning the Chiefs could be without their top two defensive ends on Sunday against a formidable Chargers passing attack.
  • Chiefs cornerback Charvarius Ward (quad) was added to the injury report on Friday and is also questionable for the game.
  • Linebacker Anthony Hitchens (abdomen) and defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi (hip), who were limited earlier in the week, are good to go.
  • The injury report still does not include linebacker Willie Gay Jr. (toe), who remains on injured reserve and will miss at least this game against the Chargers before his return to the 53-man roster.
  • The Chargers’ injuries of note are those of outside linebacker Joey Bosa (foot/ankle) and cornerback Chris Harris Jr. (shoulder) — Bosa is questionable for the game, and Harris is out.
  • Chargers head coach Brandon Staley on Bosa’s injury, per Orange County Register’s Gilbert Manzano: “It’s not anything serious or long term, but it’s sore ... Today, he did even more than yesterday. We’re just trying to be careful.”

For Thursday’s Chiefs-Chargers injury notes, click here.

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