The Kansas City Chiefs have released their list of inactive players ahead of time of their Week 11 game against the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday Night Football.
True to form, cornerback L’Jarius Sneed and defensive end Alex Okafor will get ready for the game subsequent to being initiated from harmed hold on Saturday. Sneed has missed six games subsequent to breaking his collarbone in Week 3 against the Baltimore Ravens, while Okafor has been out for the last three games in the wake of supporting a hamstring injury in Week 6 against the Buffalo Bills. Mecole Hardman — just eliminated from the reserve/COVID list on Saturday — will be active for the game.
On Saturday, wide receiver Sammy Watkins (hamstring/calf) was minimized to out for this game subsequent to being listed as questionable in the Chiefs’ last injury report on Friday. On Wednesday — following a week of rest during the bye — there had been trust that Watkins may be prepared to return for this game, yet that expectation vanished as he was restricted practically speaking on both Thursday and Friday. He has been out since Week 6.
Defensive end Taco Charlton (ankle) didn’t practice throughout the week and was recorded as out on Friday’s report. The Chiefs additionally positioned him on harmed hold on Saturday. Under extraordinary standards for harmed save, both he and Schwartz will be on the save list for at least three weeks.
Backup offensive lineman Mike Remmers (rib) was recorded as questionable on Friday, however he will be accessible to play on Sunday night. He is relied upon to begin instead of beginning right tackle Mitchell Schwartz, whom the Chiefs placed on harmed hold on Saturday. Be that as it may, if Remmers doesn’t begin — or if his rib injury erupts during the game — expect undrafted rookie Yasir Durant to have his spot on the right side of the line.
Practice squad wide receiver Gehrig Dieter and offensive lineman Bryan Witzmann were raised to the active roster for this game. Under single-game elevation rules, both will naturally re-visitation of the practice squad on Monday.
The rest of the Chiefs inactives should be viewed as healthy scratches. Protective end Tim Ward will be latent for his first game since being initiated to the roster on November 12. Defensive tackle Khalen Saunders won’t get ready for his third successive game. Safety Tedric Thompson will miss his second-consecutive game.
The Raiders have additionally released their inactives list.
The Raiders had recorded protective tackle Maurice Hurst (lower leg) as a restricted member practically speaking throughout the week and assigned him as faulty for the game. Running back Jalen Richard (chest) didn’t rehearse at all this week and furthermore got a faulty assignment on Friday. Neither one of the wills play against the Chiefs.
This week, the greater story has been number of players in the group’s save/COVID list. Upwards of nine Raiders safeguards had been on the rundown this week — yet on Saturday, six of them were gotten back to the roster: defensive end Arden Key, defensive backs Johnathan Abram and Isaiah Johnson, defensive tackles Maliek Collins, Johnathan Hankins and Kendal Vickers. Every one of them will be active against the Chiefs.
In the interim, defensive end Clelin Ferrell, right tackle Trent Brown and linebacker Cory Littleton stay on the Raiders’ reserve/COVID list and won’t be accessible on Sunday night.
Practice squad defensive end David Irving likewise fell off the COVID list on Saturday and has been raised to the active roster for the game, alongside defensive end Chris Smith and defensive back Javin White.