Though the Kansas City Chiefs came away with a big win on Sunday, upsetting the New Orleans Saints in New Orleans, the Chiefs didn't escape the game unscathed. Rodney Hudson, Kansas City's starting center, and Dexter McCluster were forced from action in the second half because of injuries.
Hudson left the game with what appeared to be a knee injury, though the severity of the injury is currently unknown. Ryan Lilja moved from left guard to center to replace Hudson, while Jeff Allen came into the game to take over at left guard for Lilja.
McCluster, meanwhile, left the game with an arm injury. McCluster was limited in practice leading up to the Week 3 game against the Saints, and was listed as questionable with a shoulder injury. McCluster left the game with an ugly arm injury, and did not return. Like Hudson, the severity of McCluster's injury isn't known, but it does look like it could be a multi-week injury.
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