Berry (heel) was a full participant at Wednesday's practice. Berry was inactive for Saturday's divisional-round win over the Colts and also sat out the team's regular-season finale. The 30-year-old safety appears on track to return for this weekend's AFC Championship Game against the Patriots, but that is certainly subject to change given that he's played in only two games this season.
Berry (heel) is officially listed as inactive for Saturday's AFC divisional-round game against the Colts, BJ Kissel of the Chiefs' official site reports. Berry has had two weeks to recover from a heel injury, but will ultimately watch Saturday's game from the sidelines. Daniel Sorensen figures to replace him as the Chiefs' starting strong safety. The veteran defensive back will now hope the team can get a win so he can set his sights on a possible return next week.
Hopes are not high that Berry (heel) will be able to play in Saturday's AFC divisional-round contest against the Colts, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Berry was sidelined during the Chiefs' Week 17 season finale, so he has now had two weeks off to recover. Still, although he is listed as questionable, it is being reported that Kansas City is not optimistic he will be able to go. Should that ultimately come to fruition, Daniel Sorensen will presumably replace him at strong safety.
Berry (heel) is questionable for Saturday's divisional-round playoff game against the Colts. Berry was a non-participant in practice Wednesday and Thursday after having been limited Tuesday. Coach Andy Reid is non-committal about Berry's availability Saturday according to BJ Kissel of the Chiefs' official site, so the veteran safety's status could come down to a game-time decision. Daniel Sorensen would likely slot into the starting lineup if Berry were unable to go.
Berry (heel) did not practice Wednesday. After practicing on a limited basis Tuesday, Berry did not participate during Wednesday's session. It's conceivable that the veteran's absence was simply due to a rest day, but his status for Saturday's divisional-round tilt against the Colts is murky at best. Thursday's injury report will shed some light on Berry's chances of suiting up.