Ford (concussion/wrist) is listed as active Saturday in Houston, BJ Kissel of the Chiefs' official site reports. Ford suffered a concussion in the season finale yet progressed through the protocol quickly, completing full practice sessions both Thursday and Friday. The second-year pro is merely a situational LB, though, after totaling four sacks among 23 tackles this season.
Ford (concussion/wrist) is listed as questionable for Saturday's game against the Texans. Given that Ford practiced fully, we'd expect him to be a go Saturday, though after having recorded just 23 tackles and 4.0 sacks in 14 games this season, he's only an option in deeper IDP formats.
Ford (concussion) was a full participant in practice in Thursday, B.J. Kissel of Chiefs.com reports. Ford suffered a concussion in last Sunday's win over the Raiders but has cleared the league protocol with his participation in practice on Thursday. An official decision about his status for Saturday's wild card game against the Texans is likely to be made on Friday.
Ford will go through concussion protocol after taking a hit to the head during Sunday's win over the Raiders. Ford produced his fourth sack of the season during Sunday's game, but will now have to follow the league's concussion protocol prior to Saturday's playoff contest versus the Texans.
Ford had the best game of his career thus far Sunday against the Chargers, finishing with seven tackles and three sacks. Ford has been a bit of a disappointment up to this point in his career, but showed a flash of his talent Sunday that led to the Chiefs spending a first-round pick on him in 2014. The second-year linebacker took advantage of his opportunity to play with Justin Houston out, seeing the field for 66 snaps out of a possible 67. When Houston returns, Ford's playing time will likely drop again, but the team could use more of a rotation between Ford and Tamba Hali should he continue to produce when given the opportunity.