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Brady Quinn was a full participant in Wednesday's drills, putting an end to any talk that he might not start on Sunday. Meanwhile, tight end Tony Moeaki sat out due to a head injury that required further evaluation.
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Brady Quinn, who suffered a rib injury during the team's 15-0 loss to the Oakland Raiders on Sunday, was listed as a full participant on the Chiefs' injury report on Wednesday and will start this week against the Indianapolis Colts.
Head coach Romeo Crennel mentioned Quinn's injury on Monday and hinted that he may not be able to go in Week 16. However, the embattled coach put that to rest today, seemingly eliminating backup signal caller Ricky Stanzi's shot at getting the start.
Tight end Tony Moeaki (head) is on the list and did not participate in practice on Wednesday while undergoing an evaluation for his injury. Five other players sat out as well, including wide receiver Jonathan Baldwin and defensive tackle Jerrell Powe, both of whom were sent home with the flu. Defensive back Javier Arenas also missed practice with an ankle injury, while guards Ryan Lilja and Russ Hochstein were sidelined with back issues.