Chiefs Injury Update – August 25

Andy Reid updated the media early Sunday evening on the injury status of his roster after the victory over Pittsburgh.

The biggest name is starting left guard Jon Asamoah. He left Saturday evening’s game after 7 plays due to a strained calf muscle. Reid said right now he’s “day-to-day” as far as his return to the field. He will not practice on Monday when the Chiefs get back to work.

TE Tony Moeaki suffered a shoulder injury and he was still being evaluated on Sunday. It’s doubtful that he’ll be practicing on Monday; same for ILB Nico Johnson and his sprained ankle along with CB Jalil Brown and his knee contusion.

WR Dexter McCluster and S Quintin Demps both did not play in Pittsburgh because of illness. They’ll be re-evaluated on Monday, although Reid allowed that Demps was “feeling better.”

Rookie TE Travis Kelce’s bruised knee has made progress in rehab and on his immediate chance of playing Reid said “we’ll see how he does tomorrow.”

DB Sanders Commings continues to fight back from his broken clavicle suffered over a month ago. He should be able to begin practicing soon.

2 Responses to “Chiefs Injury Update – August 25”

  • August 25, 2013  - cychief24 says:

    I’ll be surprised if Moeacki make it. He just isn’t available enough.

  • August 26, 2013  - BigJimInWisconsin says:

    I doubt Moeaki makes the final 53.

    Go CHIEFS!

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