From the Truman Sports Complex
Left tackle Branden Albert left the field at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday night with a hyper-extended left knee. So concerned were doctors with the injury that Albert was taken from the field on a cart.
But x-rays on Sunday and an MRI on Monday showed no major damage to Albert’s joint and according to head coach Andy Reid, he is a “day-to-day situation; we’ll see how he does as we move forward here.”
TE Anthony Fasano came out of the game with a concussion and he’s is going through the NFL’s concussion protocol starting on Monday. “He’s doing well in that area,” said Reid, who added that Fasano also has “a bit of a knee strain.”
OLB Justin Houston missed Sunday’s game due to the dislocated right elbow that he suffered in the San Diego game. Reid said Houston “is making progress there as most of the swelling is out.
But Reid wouldn’t confirm that Houston will be ready to play this coming Sunday in Washington.
“He’s going to shoot for that,” Reid said. “I don’t know if that’s real or not real, but that’s his mindset. We’ve got to see how he does here. He’s made some strides, but I think that would be quite a feat if he were to make it (against Washington).”