First injury report for Chiefs vs. Bills, divisional round

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The Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills have released their first injury reports of the week on Wednesday ahead of the divisional round of the playoffs. The Bills injury report is rather empty, while the Chiefs have a few non-participants.

Check out the injury report for each team down below:

Chiefs

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Player

Injury

Participation*

CB Rashad Fenton

Back

DNP

RB Darrel Williams

Toe

DNP

RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire

Shoulder

FP

WR Tyreek Hill

Heel

FP

CB L’Jarius Sneed

Knees

FP

* DNP = Did not participate | LP = Limited participation | FP = Full participation | NIR = Not injury related

  • As Andy Reid said, only two players sat out of practice to start the week. He did express optimism that both Fenton and Williams were trending in the right direction.

  • Clyde Edwards-Helaire practiced in full for the first time since Week 15. Reid cautioned reading too much into his status today. Tomorrow’s status will be much more important as it relates to his availability on Sunday.

  • Tyreek Hill was a full participant in practice on Wednesday. He was healthy enough to do backflips in the win over the Steelers, so the heel probably won’t be an issue moving forward.

  • It’s not a typo, Sneed was a full participant in practice, but he is dealing with injuries to both knees. Remember, anytime a player receives treatment, they’re required to be listed on the injury report. These aren’t significant knee injuries, but they’re enough to require some treatment from the training staff.

Bills

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Player

Injury

Participation*

DE Mario Addison

Shoulder

LP

* DNP = Did not participate | LP = Limited participation | FP = Full participation | NIR = Not injury related

  • The Bills have a single player listed on the injury report to start the week. Addison suffered an injury in the wild-card round against the New England Patriots and was pictured in a sling on his Instagram story over the weekend. Limited participation suggests he’ll try to gut it out.

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