Bailey (calf) has been ruled out of Sunday's game against the Chargers.
Bailey will be sidelined once again due to his calf injury, leaving the Chiefs defense without a notable presence up front. However, given the Chargers' patchwork starting offense, Sunday's matchup still seems favorable for Kansas City's defense.
Ford injured his back during warmups and will not play Sunday against the Chargers, Adam Teicher of ESPN reports.
Ford's injury shouldn't have too much of an overall impact Sunday, but it's worth noting that he won't be available to spell veteran Tamba Hali and his sore knee. Assuming Hali requires a fair amount of rest as usual, Dezman Moses could be in line to see added snaps in place of the inactive Ford.
Hali compiled his biggest game of the season Sunday against the Steelers, notching two sacks, five tackles (four solo) and one forced fumble.
He also added one additional tackle for loss in the effort, but Hali's five tackles matched his season high while the two sacks also represented his top output in that category. He'll get a chance to add to that total Sunday against a Lions offensive line that ranks around the league average in sacks allowed this season.
Kelce caught five of seven targets for just 46 yards in Sunday's 33-3 win at San Diego.
Kelce hasn't had big game since Week 1, as the Chiefs like to run the ball and dink and dunk with Alex Smith. Kelce did appear to score a touchdown right before halftime, but the play was reversed via replay. While he's seen at least six targets in nine of 10 games this season, he's only seen more than seven looks three times. He's got the skill set and talent to be a dominant receiving tight end, but mainly because of the team's conservative offense, he's not getting opportunities down the field to make big plays. In any case, he and the Chiefs will host the Bills in Week 12.
Parker could see an extended run Sunday against the Broncos.
Parker saw his first game action with the Chiefs two weeks ago against the Lions, making key blocks on a play that led to a 10-yard touchdown run for De'Anthony Thomas. However, he didn't make have any grabs in the contest, and probably won't do enough even in his expanded role to be worth consideration in fantasy leagues.
Thomas' status for Sunday's game against the Bills looks cloudy at this point, though with 17 catches for 140 yards and a TD, to go along with nine carries for 34 yards and a rushing score in 10 games to date, the versatile wideout's fantasy utility is restricted to deeper formats.
What -- if anything -- West is able to do in practice Friday will be telling with regard to his status for Sunday's game against the Bills. If West is limited or sits out the contest, Spencer Ware -- who had 96 yards and two touchdowns on 11 carries in relief of West in Week 11 -- would figure to see an expanded role this weekend, while Knile Davis could also be re-introduced into the team's backfield mix in Week 12.
Chiefs rookie linebacker Ramik Wilson seemed to make an early impression during rookie minicamp, especially on pass defense. Wilson had an interception during a live session Sunday and came back with two more interceptions Monday, according to the team's official website.
Bray (knee) returned to practice Wednesday, Adam Teicher of ESPN reports.
Bray has been sidelined for the beginning of the 2015 season due to an ACL injury suffered while playing basketball. There's no indication of when he may return, but it's also unlikely he'll have a roster spot even when healthy.
The 34-year-old missed last week's game against Atlanta due to an ankle injury, and his status for this week's contest against the Buccaneers certainly hasn't started off on the right foot. It's too early to determine Adams' official status heading into Sunday, but it seems likely the veteran safety will have to record at least some time in practice in order to be ruled eligible to return to the field, so IDP owners should monitor his practice status closely in the coming days.
Davis suffered a hamstring injury in Sunday's game against the Falcons and is doubtful to return.
The severity of the injury is still unknown, but it's not a promising sign for Colts' fans that Davis is likely done for the day. With Davis on the sidelines look for Darius Butler to finish out the game at corner.
Previous reports suggested that Dorsett -- who last played on Oct. 25 -- might return to practice this week, but at this stage, it remains unclear when the rookie wideout will be able to return to game action.
Freeman recorded nine tackles (seven solo) in Sunday's game against the Falcons, so it remains to be seen when the 29-year-old may have injured his ribs. While his lack of availability at practice Wednesday is a bit alarming, his game-time status likely won't be decided until the end of the week.
Johnson had one reception for 13 yards and was targeted just twice in Sunday's win at Atlanta.
Johnson had previously fared better with Matt Hasselbeck at quarterback as he had two touchdowns and nine targets in two games. However, it looks like the change in quarterback won't change Johnson's fortunes as he continues to disappear most games. He's had six games with three or fewer receptions.
Luck (abdomen/kidney) expects he'll be able to play again this season. "Yeah, very confident. Very confident I'll be able to return," he told TV 4 WTTV in Indianapolis.
Luck made the comments in his first media availability since suffering a lacerated kidney and torn abdominal muscle Nov. 8. Luck says he's picked up his activity, but gave no timetable for when he may be able to return to practice. While Luck's comments are encouraging, there's always a risk he could be shut down if the Colts fall out of the playoff race.
Smith has been activated from the Colts' injured reserve/designated to return list.
Smith returns to the Colts' active roster after a knee injury ruled him out for the first half of this season. The rookie third-rounder is expected to add solid depth to the Colts' secondary, potentially vying for their nickel role in the coming weeks.