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Kansas City Chiefs

Stadium: Arrowhead Stadium | Coach: Andy Reid
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense23rd91.3 (21st)241.0 (22nd)
Defense11th123.0 (25th)225.0 (11th)
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27Acker, Kenneth CB6-01952/6/19923Southern Methodist
57Alexander, D.J. LB6-22339/30/19912Oregon State
97Bailey, Allen DE6-32883/25/19896Miami (Fla.)
53Barrington, Sam LB6-124010/5/19904South Florida
29Berry, Eric SS6-021212/29/19887Tennessee
9Bray, Tyler QB6-621512/27/19914Tennessee
25Charles, Jamaal RB5-1119912/27/19869Texas
2Colquitt, Dustin P6-32105/6/198212Tennessee
17Conley, Chris WR6-320510/25/19922Georgia
34Davis, Knile RB5-1022710/5/19914Arkansas
77Devey, Jordan T6-63201/11/19883Memphis
76Duvernay-Tardif, Laurent G6-53212/11/19913McGill (Canada)
79Ehinger, Parker G6-631012/30/1992RCincinnati
72Fisher, Eric T6-73151/5/19914Central Michigan
4Foles, Nick QB6-62431/20/19895Arizona
55Ford, Dee OLB6-22523/19/19913Auburn
73Fulton, Zach G6-53169/23/19913Tennessee
23Gaines, Phillip CB6-01934/4/19913Rice
91Hali, Tamba OLB6-327511/3/198311Penn State
84Harris, Demetrius TE6-72307/29/19913Wis.-Milwaukee
10Hill, Tyreek WR5-101853/1/1994RWest Alabama
50Houston, Justin OLB6-32581/12/19896Georgia
96Howard, Jaye DE6-330112/20/19885Florida
56Johnson, Derrick ILB6-324211/22/198212Texas
95Jones, Chris DT6-63107/3/1994RMississippi State
87Kelce, Travis TE6-526010/5/19894Cincinnati
19Maclin, Jeremy WR6-01985/11/19888Missouri
59March-Lillard, Justin ILB6-02227/5/19932Akron
61Morse, Mitch C6-63054/21/19922Missouri
54Moses, Dezman LB6-22491/4/19895Tulane
21Murray, Eric CB5-111991/7/1994RMinnesota
20Nelson, Steven CB5-111941/22/19932Oregon State
52Nicolas, Dadi LB6-32359/29/1992RVirginia Tech
80O'Shaughnessy, James TE6-42451/14/19922Illinois State
38Parker, Ron FS6-02068/17/19876Newberry
22Peters, Marcus CB6-01971/9/19932Washington
92Poe, Dontari NT6-33468/18/19905Memphis
75Reid, Jah T6-73257/21/19886Central Florida
14Robinson, Demarcus WR6-12039/21/1994RFlorida
5Santos, Cairo K5-816011/12/19913Tulane
71Schwartz, Mitchell T6-53206/8/19895California
42Sherman, Anthony FB5-1024212/11/19886Connecticut
11Smith, Alex QB6-42175/7/198412Utah
49Sorensen, Daniel DB6-22083/5/19903Brigham Young
13Thomas, De'Anthony WR5-81761/5/19933Oregon
88Travis, Ross TE6-72351/9/19931Penn State
32Ware, Spencer RB5-1022911/23/19913Louisiana State
35West, Charcandrick RB5-102056/2/19913Abilene Christian
24White, D.J. CB5-111939/9/1993RGeorgia Tech
98Williams, Nick DT6-43092/21/19903Samford
12Wilson, Albert WR5-92007/12/19923Georgia State
41Winchester, James LS6-32408/6/19892Oklahoma
70Witzmann, Bryan T6-73206/16/19901South Dakota State
51Zombo, Frank OLB6-32543/5/19877Central Michigan
Injured Players
6Cook, Kenny (IR) WR6-42185/20/19921Gardner-Webb
48Harris, Vernon (IR) DB6-11976/25/1994RDartmouth
90Mauga, Josh (IR) ILB6-12456/20/19877Nevada
40Millard, Trey (IR) FB6-22477/21/19912Oklahoma
Practice Squad
85Hammond, Frankie WR6-11842/17/19903Florida
93King, David DE6-428112/27/19892Oklahoma
 Mitchell, Terrance DB5-111905/17/19923Oregon
 Munyer, Daniel C6-13053/4/19921Colorado
 Nunez-Roches, Rakeem DT6-23077/3/19932Southern Mississippi
 Okine, Earl DE6-62901/4/19901Florida
60Pughsley, Jarrod G6-431012/18/19901Akron
24Reaves, Darrin RB5-102154/17/19932Alabama-Birmingham
62Smith, Terrance ILB6-22355/3/1993RFlorida State
74Sterup, Zach T6-93185/14/1992RNebraska
53Wilson, Ramik ILB6-22378/19/19922Georgia
Roster Analysis
TeamOLine Avg. HtOLine Avg. WtDLine Avg. HtDLine Avg. WtAvg. AgeYoungestOldest
Kansas City6-6318.46-3310.825.62234
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Position Listing
Phillip Gaines
Gaines (knee) will play against the Jets on Sunday, BJ Kissel of Chiefs.com reports.

Gaines' status for Sunday's game was up in the air leading up to kickoff, but it looks like two-year vet is going to give it a go. If Gaines is unable to make it through Sunday's contest, Steven Nelson and Kenneth Acker would be his likely replacements.

Rakeem Nunez-Roches
The Chiefs have signed six of their draft picks on Monday including: Mitch Morse, Ramik Wilson, D.J. Alexander, James O'Shaughnessy, Rakeem Nunez-Roches and Da'Ron Brown, the team announced.

Morse, a center out of Missouri, was selected in the second round by the Kansas City after starting 39 out of 52 games in college.

Eric Murray
The Chiefs selected Murray in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 106th overall.

Murray isn't a well-known name, but this looks like a fine selection for the Chiefs. Murray was the top corner on a Minnesota defense that's quietly been good against the pass the last two years, and he performed well at the Combine, too. Murray (5-foot-11, 199 pounds) logged a 4.49-second 40, 39.5-inch vertical and 124-inch broad jump. With 31.75-inch arms, Murray should have the reach to press effectively.

Cairo Santos
Santos converted all four of his field goal attempts in Week 2, including a 53-yard kick in the second quarter.

Santos is perfect through two weeks, making all six of his field goal attempts and all three of his extra-point tries. More offense should be expected in Week 3 as the Chiefs prepare to face a Jets team that's allowed 54 points through the first two games.

Terrance Mitchell
Four injured or ailing Bears have been ruled out for the Sunday game against Detroit, including placekicker Robbie Gould (quad). The others are guard Kyle Long (hip), defensive tackle Will Sutton (illness) and safety Chris Conte (back).

Quarterback David Fales, cornerback Terrance Mitchell and defensive end Trevor Scott are all healthy scratches.

Albert Wilson
Wilson nabbed just two passes for 11 yards on three targets in Week 2 against the Texans.

Wilson was third among receivers in snaps (41) behind Jeremy Maclin (63) and Chris Conley (54) in Sunday's contest and will likely continue to play in three-wide sets. Only Maclin (six) and Travis Kelce (five) managed more than two grabs on the day, and it's unlikely Wilson will move his way onto the fantasy radar unless something drastically changes.

Dadi Nicolas
No Updates
D.J. Alexander
The Chiefs have signed six of their draft picks on Monday including: Mitch Morse, Ramik Wilson, D.J. Alexander, James O'Shaughnessy, Rakeem Nunez-Roches and Da'Ron Brown, the team announced.

Morse, a center out of Missouri, was selected in the second round by the Kansas City after starting 39 out of 52 games in college.

Tyreek Hill
Hill caught three of his four targets for 26 yards and rushed once for a loss of three yards in Week 3 against the Chargers.

Hill played just 12 offensive snaps in the contest, and it's unlikely that will change unless injuries occur ahead of him on the depth charts. However, the Chiefs seem to want to hand the rookie a few touches a game given his electrifying speed.

Kenny Cook
Cook had surgery Thursday to repair a torn quadriceps, Terez Paylor of The Kansas City Star reports.

Cook was waived and placed on the injured reserve due to the injury, but the Chiefs will retain their rights to the young receiver. The 24-year-old suffered the torn quadriceps in Tuesday's practice, and the injury really hurts his chances of making an NFL roster this season.

Quadriceps - Injured Reserve
Marcus Peters
Peters intercepted two Ryan Fitzpatrick passes in Sunday's game against the Jets.

This is the second straight week Peters has picked off two passes, giving him four on the season. The second-year wideout continues to prove his worth as the Chiefs' first-round selection in 2015 and appears well on his way to another Pro Bowl nomination.

Ron Parker
Parker finished the 2015 campaign with 78 tackles (67 solo), five sacks, three interceptions and a forced fumble.

Parker split 2014 between cornerback and safety, but the emergence of first-round draft pick Marcus Peters across from Sean Smith allowed him to play alongside Eric Berry this season. He took advantage of the opportunity, posting another solid season for the Chiefs in a secondary that could be scary for years to come, with Parker finishing up his first campaign of a five-year extension he signed in March of last year.

Ross Travis
No Updates
De'Anthony Thomas
Thomas was inactive Sunday due to his similarities with rookie Tyreek Hill, Blair Kerkhoff of KansasCity.com reports.

The Chiefs made the surprising move to keep both Thomas and rookie Tyreek Hill on the team's 53-man roster following final cuts prior to the regular season opener. However, Thomas was made inactive Sunday, while Hill was on field. Coach Andy Reid clarified the matter and said that both players provide similar qualities both offensively and in the return game, so they only needed one to be active. Hill made most of his limited opportunities, with a nine-yard touchdown on his only catch of the game. He also had three punt returns with an average of 11 yards per return. If Hill continues to impress and remains active, it appears Thomas could be a mainstay on the team's inactive list.

Jordan Devey
The 49ers traded tight end Asante Cleveland to the Patriots on Tuesday in exchange for offensive lineman Jordan Devey.

Cleveland appeared in six games as a rookie in 2014. He did not record a catch.

Devey, who was an undrafted free agent in 2013, appeared in seven games last season for New England. He made four starts.

Daniel Munyer
No Updates
Nick Foles
Foles completed just two of his five passes for 65 yards in Saturday's third preseason game against the Bears.

While he completed just two passes, one of them to Tyreek hill went for 58 yards. Given that he's cemented as the No. 2 option for the Chiefs this season, the team decided to give both Aaron Murray and Kevin Hogan a little run to see what they have behind Foles.

Dezman Moses
Moses was re-signed by the Chiefs on Wednesday after being released one day prior to the team's Week 1 win over the Chargers.

Moses appeared in 13 games for the Chiefs during the 2015 season, recording just six tackles (five solo) and one forced fumble. He figures to play a similar role as a depth option for Kansas City's defense throughout 2016, currently listed behind Tamba Hali and Frank Zombo at right outside linebacker.

Tyler Bray
Bray started the Chiefs' preseason finale Thursday against the Packers, completing 10 of 17 passes for 104 yards.

Bray didn't throw a touchdown pass or commit a turnover, posting a rather vanilla effort in his run. Still, he appears to have an inside track as the No. 3 quarterback following the news that Aaron Murray is on the trading block. Even if he makes the roster, it would take injuries to both Alex Smith and Nick Foles for Bray to see meaningful snaps.

Sam Barrington
Barrington (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Jets, BJ Kissel of the Chiefs' official site reports.

Barrington suffered a hamstring injury Week 1 and has been sidelined since. It's unclear at this point in time when he's expected to return.

Hamstring - Questionable for Week 4 at Pittsburgh
Zach Fulton
The Chiefs have ruled quarterback Alex Smith (spleen) and cornerback Phillip Gaines (illness) out for Sunday's Week 17 divisional showdown against the Chargers.

Wide receiver Dwayne Bowe (shoulder), running back Jamaal Charles (hamstring, ankle) and guard Zach Fulton (foot, toe) were labeled questionable. Meanwhile, tight end Anthony Fasano (knee), linebacker Tamba Hali (knee), linebacker/defensive end Josh Martin (hand) and inside linebacker Joe Mays (knee) were deemed probable.

Jamaal Charles
Charles (knee) may return to action on Sunday night at Pittsburgh, Terez A. Paylor of Kansas City Star reports. "There's a chance he's out there this week," head coach Andy Reid said Monday.

Per usual, we're kicking off the week with news that Charles is drawing closer to his first appearance since tearing the ACL in his right knee in Week 5 last season. In order to do so, he'll have to take a step up from work with the scout team and instead take part in team drills. Until he reaches that point, the Chiefs are likely comfortable entrusting the backfield to Spence Ware, who managed 75 yards on 20 carries and hauled in his sole target for eight yards during Sunday's dominating win against the Jets.

Knee - Questionable for Week 4 at Pittsburgh
Trey Millard
Millard (knee) was sent to the Chiefs' injured reserve list Wednesday.

Millard suffered a torn ACL during the Chiefs' preseason bout with the Rams. He reportedly already underwent surgery with Dr. James Andrews on Monday and will hopefully experience a full recovery in time for the 2017 campaign.

Knee - Injured Reserve
Charcandrick West
West tallied 61 yards on six carries and hauled in one of two targets for two yards in Sunday's 19-12 loss to the Texans.

West technically played second fiddle to Spencer Ware in terms of carries, but did rip off a 28-yard run and actually paced the Chiefs in rushing yardage. The speedy third-year pro figures to still have a complementary role, particularly on passing downs, even when Jamaal Charles (knee) returns to action, which could happen as soon as Week 3.

D.J. White
White left practice on Friday with a hamstring strain, Terez Paylor of the Kansas City Star reports.

The severity of the injury is still unknown but it shouldn't hinder the sixth round pick from being ready in time for the regular season.

Jaye Howard
Howard signed a two-year deal with the Chiefs worth $12 million, Rand Getlin of NFL Network reports.

Howard, 28, had played in all 32 games for the Chiefs over the past two seasons and logged 24 starts, 62 tackles and 6.5 sacks. Look for him to remain a constant presence on the Kansas City defensive line.

Dee Ford
Ford is slated to start at outside linebacker in place of the injured Justin Houston (knee), the Kansas City Star reports.

With Tamba Hali (knee) also ailing, Ford could end up being the team's top pass-rusher entering the season. The 2014 first-round pick hasn't lived up to his billing at this point in his career but will get an extended chance to start doing so early in 2016.

Frank Zombo
Several Chiefs who were on the injury report are active for the game at San Francisco. They include linebackers Tamba Hali (knee) and Frank Zombo (hamstring), cornerbacks Sean Smith (groin) and Marcus Cooper (knee), and running back De'Anthony Thomas (hamstring).
Mitch Morse
Chiefs rookie guard Mitch Morse is getting his feet wet during the team's minicamp this week, per ESPN.com.

Morse, a second-round pick by the Chiefs this year, has been getting reps with the first-team offensive line during minicamp.

Chris Jones
Jones left a good impression during his first day in pads at camp, performing well in one-on-one drills and batting down a pass during team drills, Adam Teicher of ESPN reports. However, Teicher notes that he may not crack the starting lineup right away.

The Chiefs have three solid defensive line options ahead of him in Jaye Howard, Dontari Poe and Allen Bailey that present a roadblock for him on the defensive line. While a strong camp could certainly lead to a chance at a starting spot, the team likely drafted him to replace Dontari Poe (who's in his contract year). Either way, the rookie second-round pick should see plenty of playing time as a substitute on the line should he not secure a starting gig.

Chris Conley
Conley hauled in just two of four targets for 15 yards in Week 2 against the Texans.

Conley followed up a respectable four-catch, 43-yard outing in Week 1 with a bit of a dud in Week 2. This is to be expected for the second-year wideout throughout the 2016 campaign. He may post the occasional outing that displays promise but it's unlikely to occur on a weekly basis.

Dontari Poe
Poe (ankle) is active Sunday against the Steelers, Adam Teicher of ESPN reports.

Good news for the Chiefs as they try to slow down Le'Veon Bell and the Steelers rushing attack. If Poe needs a little more rest than usual during the game, Jaye Howard would likely rotate in at nose tackle.

Demetrius Harris
Harris corralled two of his three targets in Sunday's game against the Chargers.

Harris continues to sit behind Travis Kelce on the depth chart, but it's unlikely he will have a huge impact in the scorebook even should Kelce go down with an injury.

Justin March-Lillard
March recorded nine tackles (eight solo) in Week 1 against the Chargers.

While Derrick Johnson (five tackles) is usually up near the top in this category, it's encouraging to see March making an impact as well. This is a situation to continue monitoring, as repeat performances could prove the 23-year-old worth a look in IDP leagues.

Nick Williams
WIlliams recorded two tackles (one solo) against the Chargers in Week 1.

Williams hasn't had much success in his career, but, if Week 1 is any indication, 2016 could be his best. He had just nine tackles since being drafted in 2013, all of which came last season. He's one of the primary backups at defensive end in Kansas City and will likely continue to see a mild number of snaps each week.

Daniel Sorensen
Sorensen played 18 defensive snaps during the Chiefs' 33-27 win over the Chargers on Sunday.

With Sorensen's foot injury no longer bothering him, the 26-year-old has returned to action as a depth safety for Kansas City.

Knile Davis
Davis saw the field for just one play in Sunday's game against the Texans and failed to make a mark on the scoresheet.

Davis took the field for just four snaps in total Sunday, with three of them coming on special teams. He continues to be buried behind Spencer Ware and Charcandrick West on the depth chart. HIs value could further decline with Jamaal Charles (knee) potentially returning to the fold in Week 3.

Demarcus Robinson
No Updates
Mitchell Schwartz
One of the reasons Johnny Manziel was such a spectacular player in college was because he was able to extend a play and throw to a big receiver down the field. Landing with the Browns is a total win for Johnny Football because he'll have Josh Gordon, Jordan Cameron, Greg Little and Nate Burleson as down-field targets along with Andrew Hawkins as a quick, short-area weapon. Ben Tate rumbling in the backfield doesn't hurt either.

Another impressive factor is the Browns O-line, which has two studs in left tackle Joe Thomas and center Alex Mack. If the line can improve from last season (we're looking at you, Mitchell Schwartz), then Manziel will have time to make good throws.

Of all the places he could have gone in the draft, Cleveland's the best fit. Not only should he inject life into the franchise but he should end up starting in Week 1 against the Steelers. Expect Manziel to get taken late in every single seasonal draft as a combo backup Fantasy QB/sleeper who could get some serious trade value. He'll get picked in the middle rounds in dynasty/keeper leagues and should be considered a Top 5 choice in rookie-only drafts.
Eric Berry
Berry (knee) was a full participant during Friday's practice and should be good to go Sunday against the Jets.

Berry's knee issue appears to be behind him as he'll be out on the field in full force Sunday. In the case of any setback, Daniel Sorensen figures to be his primary backup at strong safety.

Darrin Reaves
Reaves will likely get the start at running back for the Chiefs during Thursday's preseason finale against the Packers, Adam Teicher of ESPN.com reports.

Reaves is expected to play a big role Thursday with Jamaal Charles (knee), Charcandrick West (elbow), and Spencer Ware likely sidelined. Knile Davis would be the only other option in the backfield during the exhibition contest, while Reaves battles for a roster spot in a crowded backfield dealing with a couple of injuries.

Jeremy Maclin
Maclin caught four of seven targets for 35 yards in Sunday's 24-3 win over the Jets.

Maclin beat Darrelle Revis deep at least twice, but he could not connect with Alex Smith. Even though he had a quiet game, Maclin still tied for the team lead in targets with Travis Kelce. He's got a decent matchup next week at Pittsburgh, so a rebound performance is possible.

Frankie Hammond
Hammond was cut by the Chiefs on Saturday but was signed to the team's practice squad Sunday, the Kansas City Star reports.

Hammond was considered a longshot to earn a roster spot, so it shouldn't come as much of a surprise that he didn't make it. However, he could still earn a promotion to suit up on Sundays should other wide receivers suffer an injury.

James O'Shaughnessy
O'Shaughnessy has made the Chiefs' 53-man roster.

O'Shaughnessy was thought to have been passed by Brian Parker in camp and could have potentially landed on the practice squad but he's instead eeked his way onto the roster. Still, it's unlikely the second-year tight end will see meaningful playing time on Sundays.

Bryan Witzmann
No Updates
Parker Ehinger
Concussion - Questionable for Week 4 at Pittsburgh
No Updates
Ramik Wilson
Wilson was released by the Chiefs on Sunday, Adam Schefter of ESPN.com reports.

The Chiefs claimed former Packers' linebacker Sam Barrington on Sunday and surprisingly opted to release Wilson, who was the team's fourth-round draft choice in the 2015 NFL Draft. Wilson will likely see plenty of interest on the open free agent market, but could be a practice squad addition if he's unable to find a spot on another team's 53-man roster.

Laurent Duvernay-Tardif
The Chiefs listed quarterback Alex Smith as inactive for Week 17’s game against the Chargers.

Smith is suffering from a lacerated spleen which is expected to keep him out for six weeks.

Other inactives included Donnie Avery, Phillip Gaines, Marcus Cooper, Eric Kush, Laurent Duvernay-Tardif and Nick Williams.

Wide receiver Dwayne Bowe (shoulder) and running back Jamaal Charles (hamstring, ankle) were listed as questionable, but are active.

Steven Nelson
Chiefs rookie defensive backs Marcus Peters and Steven Nelson will be absent from team activities until the middle of June, according to ESPN.

The duo will be absent because NFL rules state a rookie is prohibited from practicing with his NFL team, except for minicamps, until his college class graduates -- regardless if the player is still enrolled in class.

Peters attended Washington, while Nelson went to Oregon State. Those schools don’t finish for their current academic session until the Chiefs have completed the last of their 10 regular offseason practices June 12.

Peters and Nelson are set to rejoin the Chiefs for the start of a three-day, full-squad minicamp June 16.

"You wish they were here just for the reps," Chiefs coach Andy Reid said. "But can it be done when they're not here? It can be done. You’ve got to do some different things. You've got to communicate with them, obviously, as a coach and go through whatever you can go through with them and talk to them, make sure they stay up on that. That’s what we'll do."

Travis Kelce
Kelce caught six of seven targets fora season-high 89 yards and touchdown in Sunday's 24-3 win over the Jets.

Kelce made a couple of big plays, including a 42-yard catch and also his first touchdown of the season. He was Alex Smith's favorite target Sunday, as no other pass catcher had more than four receptions or 44 yards. He'll look to stay on a roll next week at Pittsburgh.

Josh Mauga
Mauga (shoulder) will be sidelined for the remainder of the season, BJ Kissel of chiefs.com reports.

Mauga will miss the entire 2016 season due to a labral tear. The Chiefs' veteran linebacker was expected to be a catalyst of this year's defense. Ramik Wilson will have a chance to earn a starting spot during his absence.

Shoulder - Injured Reserve
Zach Sterup
Suspension - Suspended until Week 6 at Oakland
No Updates
Allen Bailey
Bailey (calf) is probable for Sunday's game against the Chargers.

Bailey was able to practice fully all week, so it appears as if the defensive end could make his first return to the field since Week 8. Bailey will likely take over for the injured Mike DeVito, who was ruled out Friday after missing practice all week due to multiple injuries.

Spencer Ware
Ware had 20 carries for 75 yards and caught his lone target for eight yards in Sunday's 24-3 win over the Jets.

Ware should have had a bigger fantasy game, but a short touchdown he appeared to score in the second half was questionably overturned to a lost fumble. In any case, Ware once again dominated the backfield touches in absence of Jamaal Charles (knee), as Charcandrick West had just three carries for three yards. Charles might be close to returning, but the Chiefs could elect to hold him next week since they have a bye in Week 5. If that's the case, Ware would be another strong play at Pittsburgh next week.

Vernon Harris
Undisclosed - Injured Reserve
Jarrod Pughsley
No Updates
Dustin Colquitt
Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles (knee) is active for the game at Arizona after being listed as probable.

Other probables suiting up are wideout Donnie Avery (groin), punter Dustin Colquitt (calf), tight end Anthony Fasano (knee), linebacker Dee Ford (quadriceps), linebacker Tamba Hali (knee), linebacker James-Michael Johnson (knee), linebacker Josh Mauga (back), guard Mike McGlynn (quadriceps), cornerback Chris Owens (knee) and cornerback Sean Smith (groin).

James Winchester
No Updates
Tamba Hali
Hali (knee) did not participate in Friday's practice.

The veteran linebacker was likely just given a day of rest after practicing fully on Thursday. He should be good to go for Sunday's game against the Jets without any kind of limitation.

Earl Okine
Okine had a sack in Saturday's preseason win over Buffalo.

Okine is being moved to linebacker from defensive end as the Colts seek help in their pass rush. The undrafted free agent from Florida could win a regular role after a strong showing in training camp.

Jah Reid
Chiefs offensive lineman Jah Reid will be replaced as the starting right tackle by Eric Fisher, NFL.com reports.

Fisher battled through an ankle injury that limited him to three snaps through the first two weeks. Reid started at right tackle the first two weeks, but had some problems in pass blocking.

Knee - Questionable for Week 4 at Pittsburgh
Kenneth Acker
Acker was traded from the 49ers to the Chiefs on Saturday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.

Not assured of a roster spot, Acker was presumably traded for a conditional late-round pick. The 2014 sixth-round selection did make 13 starts for the injury-plagued 49ers last season, but he profiles as a No. 4 or 5 cornerback for most organizations.

Terrance Smith
No Updates
David King
The Seahawks have listed the following players as inactive for Sunday's Super Bowl: B.J. Daniels, Marcus Burley, Patrick Lewis, Keavon Milton, David King, Garry Gilliam and Kevin Norwood, the team announced.

Gilliam caught a fake field goal touchdown during the NFC Championship Game for Seattle.

The game is currently pick'em between Seattle and New England.

Alex Smith
Smith completed 25-of-33 passes for 237 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 24-3 win over the Jets.

It was another efficient game for Smith, who managed the game beautifully with Kansas City's defense taking over (two touchdowns, six interceptions). He did a great job spreading things around, as nine different players caught at least one pass, although he primarily locked in on Travis Kelce, who finished with six receptions for 89 yards and a touchdown. The veteran quarterback has a decent matchup next week at Pittsburgh, which allowed rookie Carson Wentz to throw for 301 yards and two touchdowns Sunday.

Anthony Sherman
Chiefs fullback Anthony Sherman saw just ten offensive snaps in Thursday's game against the Broncos.

Sherman saw a dramatic drop in snaps from 25 in Week 1 to 10 in Week 2. Given the lack of production out of the fullback spot, it shouldn't have too much impact on his fantasy value, but it could be an indicator that the Chiefs plan to move in a different direction offensively.

Justin Houston
Houston (knee) is planned to return to the field in November, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.

Houston's February ACL surgery coincided with a 6-to-12 month recovery timetable, causing him to land on the Chiefs' PUP list to begin this season. That designation will require Houston to miss at least the first six weeks of this season, but his absence could extend into November, according to Schefter. Should that prove true, Houston wouldn't be back until Week 9 at the earliest, potentially leaving a Chiefs defense that managed just one sack Sunday against the Chargers without its top pass rusher for the first half of this season.

Knee - Physically Unable to Perform
Eric Fisher
Chiefs offensive lineman Jah Reid will be replaced as the starting right tackle by Eric Fisher, NFL.com reports.

Fisher battled through an ankle injury that limited him to three snaps through the first two weeks. Reid started at right tackle the first two weeks, but had some problems in pass blocking.

Derrick Johnson
Johnson recorded a sack along with 11 tackles Sunday against the Texans.

Although he had a fairly quiet season opener when he registered five tackles, he followed that up with a huge game against the Texans. As linebackers go, Johnson is pretty much a lock for 100 or more tackles, and is a very solid IDP option.