The Chiefs' injury report is long in Week 15, but with the exception of Dwayne Bowe, most players appear ready to play.
The Kansas City Chiefs have a long injury report in Week 15, but it appears as though most of the players on it will be eligible to play against the hated rival Oakland Raiders. With the exception of Dwayne Bowe, who has played his last game of 2012 after suffering a rib injury, and Russ Hochstein and Abram Elam, the other players are listed as questionable or probable.
That includes most of the defense, with players in probable territory. Safety Eric Berry, defensive back Kendrick Lewis, linebacker Derrick Johnson and cornerback Brandon Flowers are all probable and participated fully in practice Friday. On the offensive line, guard Ryan Lilja and tackle Branden Albert were partial participants in practice Friday, and are listed as questionable.
The Raiders are getting healthy, too, however. Darren McFadden has been practicing fully, and Richard Seymour looks like he's making his way back, too. The Raiders are on a six-game losing streak while the Chiefs have lost nine of their last 10, so the game should be... interesting.