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Chiefs vs. Eagles final injury report: Richie James is questionable

In Week 11, Kansas City hosts Philadelphia in a Super Bowl LVII rematch on “Monday Night Football.”

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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 will host the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday at 7:15 p.m. Arrowhead Time.

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

Chiefs

Player Ps Injury Thu Fri Sat Status
Clyde Edwards-Helaire RB Illness FP FP FP -
Jerick McKinnon RB Groin FP FP FP -
Kadarius Toney WR Ankle FP FP FP -
Justin Watson WR Elbow FP FP FP -
Drue Tranquill LB Shoulder FP FP FP -
L'Jarius Sneed CB Knee FP FP FP -
Justin Reid S Calf FP FP FP -
Tommy Townsend P Wrist FP FP FP -
Richie James WR Knee FP FP FP INJ RSV

Eagles

Player Ps Injury Thu Fri Sat Status
Dallas Goedert TE Forearm DNP DNP DNP -
Justin Evans S Knee LP LP LP -
Grant Calcaterra TE Concussion FP FP FP -
Cam Jurgens G Foot FP FP FP -
Bradley Roby CB Shoulder FP FP FP -

Some notes

  • Wide receiver Richie James (knee) is the only Chiefs player with a status heading into the game. He has been officially designated as questionable. Every other Chiefs player is considered good to go.
  • UPDATE: The Chiefs activated James from the injured reserve list, according to the NFL’s transactions report.
  • Head coach Andy Reid on whether he thinks James will be activated: “Probably not. We’ll see how that goes. (General manager) [Brett] Veach is working through all that. [He’s] got that under control.”
  • On the Eagles’ side, tight end Dallas Goedert (forearm) has already been ruled out. That was to be expected.

For Friday’s injury report, click here.

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