Here are Chiefs’ faults in today’s match against New Orleans:
CB Bobbitt Keys
RB Darwin Thompson
LB Damian Wilson
OT Mike Reamers
T Ricky Sales-Jones
DT Calin Saunders
– Matt McMullen (@KCChiefs_Matt) December 20, 2020
Fisher missed training on Wednesday and Thursday with what coach Andy Reid described as his “narrow back”, but he did fully train on Friday. It is listed as Doubtful In the final injury report on Friday.
Reed used the same phrase to describe the injury of attacking hookman Mike Remers. The ninth-year veteran – who has been filling in the right tackle Mitchell Schwartz since leaving the week six match vs. Buffalo bills Back injury – missed all exercises this week. about Doubtful On Friday, the Remmers rating was downgraded to Outside at. Saturday.
We would expect undead rookie Yasser Durant – who played in the place of Remmers for most of the Week 14 match Miami Dolphin – His place will start. But we can also see Martinas Rankin or even veteran Stephen Wisniewski – the latter moved from the coaching team to the active roster on Saturday – somewhere in the mix. Rankin has been healthy – but inactive – for the past two weeks.
Midfielder Damien Wilson (knee) hasn’t trained all week. about Outside On Friday, he will miss his second match due to this injury. Expect to see Ben Nieman and rookie Willie Jay Jr. have a lot more playing time.
Undoing Darwin Thompson (disease) is also listed Outside. He’s been sick since Thursday. Tight ending Ricky Sales-Jones missed Thursday’s practice with illness, but practiced it fully on Friday. It should be considered – and the rest of the Chiefs players listed idle Sunday – healthy scratches for the Saints.
Wide reception Brion Pringle – who missed three matches due to an ankle injury – was activated from the injured reserve on Saturday. He is active for the game. Two players from the coaching team will also be available: corner back DeAndre Baker and liebacker Emmanuel Smith. Both were awarded one-match highs to the active roster on Saturday and are active in Saints … and will automatically return to the coaching team on Monday.
The Saints were also fired List of inactive items for the game. The main title is that quarterback drawdowns will be available for the game – and it will likely start.
Inactive saints against superiors:
– Amos Morale III (Amos_MoraleIII) December 20, 2020
Breeze is training all week, but remains in the injured reserve position after missing four matches with a broken rib and a punctured lung. On Friday, news broke that he was expected to start against the bosses. The team officially activated him to the active roster on Saturday, opening the way for them to play. The team will only have Taysom Hill available to step in. On Saturday, the Saints released a backup of Quarterback Trevor Simien – and on Sunday, midfielder Jameis Winston was placed on the Reserve / COVID list.
The best goal in the reception of Brees will miss the match. The broad (ankle) recipient Michael Thomas missed all Saints’ practices this week. Previously listed as OutsideThomas was placed in the injured reserve on Saturday. Wide receiver (and return specialist) Deonte Harris (necker) missed training on Wednesday and was limited to Thursday and Friday practices. It has been listed as DoubtfulBut he was also put on reserve for injured on Saturday.
Right goalkeeper Nick Easton’s start (concussion) will also miss the match. He was absent from all practices this week and had already been announced Outside. Rising Saints Cesar Ruiz is expected to take his place.
Defensive line man Malcolm Brown (shoulder / calf) has also been announced Outside After not exercising all week.
The rest of the New Orleans dormant agents should be considered healthy scratches.
The Saints team signed three players from their coaching team to their roster on Saturday: midfielder Will Clapp, Juwan Johnson’s wide receiver, and broad future Tommylee Lewis. All are active against superiors.
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