The Kansas City Chiefs injury report is short, but most of the players on it didn't practice Thursday, including two-fifths of the starting offensive line.
There was one piece of good news with wide receiver Dexter McCluster limited in practice after missing it entirely on Wednesday. He is dealing with a head injury.
The bad news continues especially along the offensive line for the Chiefs head of their Sunday game with the Carolina Panthers. Tackle Branden Albert missed practice again as deals with a back injury. Guard Ryan Lilja also didn't practice as he continues to suffer from a knee injury. It's looking less and less like either will play this Sunday.
On the defensive side of the ball, linebacker Tamba Hall continues to suffer from a knee injury that's kept him out of practice for the second straight day. Hall is the team's fifth-leading tackler on the season. The team may also be without defensive back Kendrick Lewis who is dealing with a shoulder injury.