Chiefs injury report vs. Ultimate Chargers: Mikul Hardman’s case is considered “short-lived” for now

Every training day of the season, the Kansas City Chiefs Issuance of an official injury report prior to the next match. This week, Kansas City travels to California to take on the Los Angeles Chargers Sunday Night Football. Kick-off is set for 7:20 PM arrowhead time.

Here’s the latest injury report released by the president, including official injury designations for Sunday’s game:

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player note infection got married Thursday Friday condition
Mikol Hardman WR Abdominal / disease DNP And the Unavailable Unavailable
Jojo Smith Schuster WR concussion DNP DNP DNP Outside
Chris Lamons Cb concussion DNP DNP LP Outside
Jerrick McKinnon RB Hamstring/shoulder LP LP LP
by Garrus Snead Cb knee LP LP LP
Andrew Willy t attached F.P F.P F.P
Isiah Pacheco RB quad F.P F.P F.P
Marquis Valdes-Scantling WR illness DNP LP F.P

chargers

player note infection got married Thursday Friday condition
Dustin Hopkins K R DNP DNP LP Doubt
Keenan Allen WR hamstrings LP LP F.P Search
Mike Williams WR ankle LP LP F.P Search
Trey Pepkins III t knee LP LP F.P
Gerald Everett The groin LP LP F.P
DeAndre Carter WR ribs LP LP F.P
Chris Rumph II OLB knee LP LP F.P
Khalil Mac OLB yoke DNP F.P F.P
JK Scott s illness DNP DNP F.P

some notes

  • Wide receiver Mikul Hardman (belly/illness) was removed from injury report after the fact placed on injured reserve. He’ll miss Sunday’s game against the Chargers and the next three games, at least (more on that here).
  • Andy Reid on Hardman: “I think it probably ends up being him in the short term. We’ll just see how he feels going down the road here — but for now, I’ll probably tell you in the short term.”
  • Reed refused To go into more detail about Hardman.
  • Cornerback Chris Lammons (concussion) and wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster (concussion) You won’t play In the game because they are still in Concussion protocol.
  • Reid said wide receiver Marquis Valdes-Scantling (illness), running back Jerrick McKinnon (hamstring/shoulder) and running back Legarius Snead (knee) are all Ready to go – Although some recording Limited sessions this week. None of them were given an injury rating.
  • Right tackle Andrew Wiley (elbow) has scored three straight days of Full of He practices wearing an elbow brace – and it’s also good to play on Sunday.
  • Reminder: Although offensive lineman Lucas Niang (knee) has returned to training, he did not appear on the injury report. still on Physically unable to perform a list (PUP) (More on that here). Its 21-day window ends on Wednesday, November 23.
  • There were a lot of changes in Friday’s injury report for the Chargers. The headliner is that wide receivers Keenan Allen (hamstring) and Mike Williams (ankle) – both of whom were Limited In this week’s practices – upgraded to Participants in the full practice On Friday and listed as Doubtful for the game. Smart money says they’ll play on Sunday – but we’ll see.
  • Placekicker Dustin Hopkins (string) was a Limited Participant after his absence from Wednesday and Thursday practices. he is Doubtful As for the game – which means Cameron Decker will likely take on those duties against the bosses. Meanwhile, gambler JK Scott a Full participant After being ill on Wednesday and Thursday. Without injury specified, he is expected to play.
  • Four other Chargers were Limited In practice — Trey Pipkins III (knee), tight end Gerald Everett (groin), wide receiver DeAndre Carter (ribs) and outside linebacker Chris Rumph II (knee) — have all been upgraded to full participants Friday. No injury identified, so everyone should expect to dress up against Kansas City.

For injury report Thursday, click here.

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