The Kansas City Chiefs are relatively healthy for their week five matchup against the Indianapolis Colts. Rookie wide receiver Jonathan Baldwin is listed as probable for today's game and could see action. Baldwin has been out since mid-August with a wrist injury which he suffered when getting into a fight with teammate Thomas Jones. Baldwin has practiced all week, so if he does not play it seems that it will not be due to Baldwin's health.
The Chiefs other injury concerns are wide receivers Terrance Copper practiced all week but came down with an illness, but is listed as probable as is safety Jon McGraw who had a knee injury is also probable.
As for the Colts, they have lost a few players to injury for the season this past week. Rookie offensive lineman Ben Ijalana tore his ACL and had surgery on Oct. 5 and will be out for the season, defensive lineman Eric Foster dislocated his right ankle and was placed on the injured reserve list this past week and tackle Anthony Castonzo has ankle injury and is out for Sunday's game and is expected to miss a few more weeks. Rookie defensive tackle Drake Nevis is questionable after injuring his back in the Colts loss to the Bucs on Monday night. Tight End Dallas Clark who has played through a foot injury is a game-time decision but is expected to play by most.