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Chiefs-Dolphins Inactives: Kadarius Toney, Justyn Ross, Felix Anudike-Uzomah out

Kansas City and Miami have released their inactive player lists for Saturday’s Wild Card game.

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The Kansas City Chiefs have released their list of inactive players for Saturday’s Wild Card playoff game against the Miami Dolphins. As expected, tackle Wanya Morris (concussion), will be out — as will wide receivers Justyn Ross (hamstring) Kadarius Toney (hip-ankle). Defensive end Felix Anudike-Uzomah is apparently a healthy srcatch.

After being held out of all of this week’s practices, Morris had been declared out in Thursday’s final injury report. Both Ross and Toney — who were limited in Thursday’s practice — had been listed as questionable.

This is the first time the Anudike-Uzomah — the team’s first-round draft pick last spring — has been inactive for a game.

We expect that nominal left tackle Donovan Smith will return to the starting lineup after missing five games with a neck stinger. Although he was limited in the first two days of this week’s practices, he was a full participant on Thursday — and was not given an injury designation for the game.

Kansas City elevated practice squad defensive tackle Mike Pennel and cornerback Keith Taylor to the active roster for this game. As elevated players, they will automatically be returned to the team’s practice squad after the game. Pennel is active, while Taylor will not dress.

The Dolphins have also released their list of inactives. Cornerback Xavien Howard (foot) will not dress for the game. Neither will safety Jevon Holland (knees). But safety DeShone Elliott (calf), running back Raheem Mostert (knee-ankle) and wide receiver Jaylen Waddle (ankle) will play in Kansas City.

Howard did not participate in all of Miami’s practices this week — and was declared out on Thursday. Holland and Elliott also missed all of this week’s sessions, but were listed as questionable. Mostert and Waddle were also listed questionable after being limited in all of this week’s practices.

Miami wide receiver Tyreek Hill (ankle-quad) and cornerback Jalen Ramsey (knee) were both limited in all of the Dolphins’ practices this week. Neither, however, were given an injury designation — and will play against the Chiefs.

The Dolphins have elevated cornerback Ethan Bonner and linebacker Malik Reed from their practice squad for the matchup. Both will dress for the game.

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