Chiefs Practice Update – 10/26

From Arrowhead Stadium

In an effort to get something extra going for his football team, Romeo Crennel held Friday practice inside Arrowhead Stadium, returning to a habit begun by Todd Haley several years ago. Based on the team’s home record over the last four years (11-16) it hasn’t provided much help.

The team’s injury report to the NFL listed as questionable DE Glenn Dorsey (calf), TE Steve Maneri (ankle) and CB Jalil Brown (groin). Listed as probable were RB Peyton Hillis (ankle), QB Matt Cassel (head) and WR Devon Wylie (hamstring). The head coach said all six could be on the active roster for Sunday’s game against Oakland.

If that proves to be the case it will be the first time this season that Crennel has not had one of his seven game-day inactive players decided for him on Friday because they could not play.

“That’s a good situation to be in that you have all your guys,” said Crennel. “It makes for some tough decisions, but that’s a good thing.”

Based on the open period of practice for the media on Friday, it would appear that Dorsey will miss his fourth straight game and Maneri would be very questionable given how he was running during the workout.

The Raiders have declared two of the 20 players on their injury report as out of Sunday’s game:

OUT: OT Khalif Barnes (groin), CB Shawntae Spencer (foot).

QUESTIONABLE: DT Desmond Bryant (elbow), LB Keenan Clayton (shoulder), TE Richard Gordon (hamstring), RB Taiwan Jones (knee), DE Matt Shaughnessy (shoulder), DE Dave Tollefson (shoulder).

PROBABLE: LB Miles Burris (elbow/quad), WR Juron Criner (hip), LB Travis Goethel (back), RB Mike Goodson (hip), K Sebastian Janikowski (groin), DT Tommy Kelly (shoulder), RB Darren McFadden (shoulder), S Michael Mitchell (ankle), TE Brandon Myers (knee), C Alex Parsons (back), DT Richard Seymour (knee), WR Rod Streater (knee).

3 Responses to “Chiefs Practice Update – 10/26”

  • October 26, 2012  - ChuckXX says:

    Devon Wylie will now be out for atleast 9 weeks or longer. I did not realize that a hamstring could sideline you for so long. I would love to see what this kid can do but Iam getting the feeling that he’s going to be another Sheffield or Menzie.

  • October 26, 2012  - el cid says:

    There are probably hundreds of college players who get “fan affection”, school or position or need. Sometimes that is all they are, collegians, sometimes they are on the wrong team, style or numbers.

    No matter what, any player selected by Pioli needs to be subject to questioning. Pioli is not very good at talent evaluation, for some reason I cannot fathom.

  • October 26, 2012  - ED J says:

    I disagree el cid. Pioli problem isn’t evaluating talent. Alot of people around national media praise Chiefs for being such a talented team. Pioli fail isn’t in acquiring players its in not getting a better Qb.

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