Chiefs Injury Update – 12/28

From the Truman Sports Complex

Romeo Crennel labeled himself “probable” for participation in Sunday’s game in Denver against the Broncos.

“Probable means that there is 75 percent of a chance that I will play,” Crennel said Friday after watching his team’s final practice of the season while sitting with his left leg elevated. Crennel had fluid drained from his knee Thursday morning and remained on crutches Friday afternoon.

“It’s much better today than it was yesterday,” said Crennel. “I anticipate that it’s going to be better tomorrow and going forward.”

Crennel said the game-day decision on where he will work on Sunday will be made that day with the team’s head trainer Dave Price. He will either be on the sidelines in some fashion, or in the coaching booth.

The Chiefs turned in their biggest injury report of the season to the league on Friday with 18 players listed. Only one player was declared out of the game and that’s WR Terrance Copper (knee).

The Broncos declared CB Tracy Porter (concussion) out of Sunday’s game.


Out – WR Terrance Copper (knee).

Doubtful – DE Tyson Jackson (toe).

Questionable – OT Branden Albert (back), DB/WR Josh Bellamy (ankle), CB Jalil Brown (toe), S Abram Elam (quad), OLB Tamba Hali (flu), FS Kendrick Lewis (flu), WR Dexter McCluster (flu), TE Tony Moeaki (concussion).

Probable – G Jon Asamoah (thumb), SS Eric Berry (hand), RB Jamaal Charles (flu), LB Cory Greenwood (flu), G Russ Hochstein (back), C Ryan Lilja (back), G Rich Ranglin (knee), OT Donald Stephenson (flu).


Out – CB Tracy Porter (concussion).

Doubtful – WR Trindon Holliday (ankle).

Questionable – G Chris Kuper (ankle/head).

Probable – S Mike Adams (knee), OT Ryan Clady (shoulder), FB Chris Gronkowski (hamstring), S Jim Leonhard (thigh), RB Knowshon Moreno (ribs), WR Brandon Stokley (quad), LB Danny Trevathan (groin), WR Matt Willis (knee).

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