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Chiefs vs. Colts injury report: Six Chiefs miss Thursday's practice

Another six players were limited ahead of the Chiefs matchup with the Indianapolis Colts.

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The Kansas City Chiefs may not be able to make the playoffs this season, but they can still play spoiler. It won't be easy for the Chiefs, who are dealing with plenty of injuries ahead of Sunday's matchup against the Indianapolis Colts.

Wide receiver Josh Bellamy didn't practice Thursday because of illness. He was joined on the sideline by cornerback Brandon Flowers and defensive back Neiko Thorpe, who are dealing with the same issue. Offensive guards Russ Hochstein and Ryan Lilja sat out for the second straight day with back injuries. Tight end Tony Moeaki didn't practice because of a head injury.

Six other Chiefs were limited on the day, as nose tackle Jerrell Powe came back to practice still dealing with an illness. Wide receiver Jon Baldwin sat out Wednesday with the same issue but was also back in practice in a limited fashion. Tackle Branden Albert was limited with a back injury, while defensive back Javier Arenas was missed part of practice with an ankle injury. Offensive lineman Rich Ranglin took things easy with a knee injury.

A win over the Colts, combined with a Cincinnati Bengals win, would move Indy into sixth place in the AFC and give the Colts a tougher first-round game in the playoffs.