Kansas City Chiefs tight end Tony Moeaki is not expected to play on Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts after suffering a head injury last week. Moeaki is officially listed as doubtful on the team's injury report with 15 other players also showing up on the injury report for the Chiefs this week.
Tackle Brandon Albert was limited in practice all week long and is questionable for the Colts game, as is guard Russ Hochstein, who has been dealing with a back injury. Albert is expected to play but Hochstein could be inactive, which gives the Chiefs little options at offensive line depth in the game.
Safety Abram Elam is also listed as questionable is likely won't play, with Tysyn Hartman getting on the field in his place.
Defensive back Javier Arenas, offensive lineman Jon Asamoah, receiver Jon Baldwin, receiver Josh Bellamy, defensive back Eric Berry, receiver Terrance Copper, cornerback Brandon Flowers, guard Ryan Lilja, quarterback Brady Quinn, offensive lineman Rich Ranglin and defensive back Neiko Thorpe are all listed as probable.