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Chiefs make several roster moves ahead of matchup against Bills

Safety Bryan Cook has been placed on injured reserve.

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The Kansas City Chiefs have made several roster moves ahead of their Week 14 matchup against the Buffalo Bills, as announced on their official X account.

The team has opted to place safety Bryan Cook on injured reserve after he sprained his ankle against the Green Bay Packers. Cook will miss at least the next four games against the Buffalo Bills, New England Patriots, Las Vegas Raiders and Cincinnati Bengals. He would be eligible to return for Kansas City’s Week 18 game against the Los Angeles Chargers.

With the open roster spot, the Chiefs have activated linebacker Nick Bolton from injured reserve. Bolton is expected to return to play the Bills on Sunday.

Kansas City has also elevated safety Deon Bush and running back Deneric Prince from the practice squad. As elevated players, Bush and Prince will automatically be returned to Kansas City’s practice squad on Monday.

The Chiefs ruled out running back Isiah Pacheco, offensive tackle Donovan Smith and linebacker Drue Tranquill on Friday (click here for the full injury report).

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