Every practice day of the season, the Kansas City Chiefs issue an official injury report before their next game — even during the bye week leading up to Super Bowl LVIII, which takes place a week later Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers at Allegiant Stadium. In Las Vegas.
Here is the Chiefs’ final injury report for the bye week with the official designations (so far):
- The Chiefs say three players are official Doubtful For the game as of Friday: Left guard Joe Thuney (pectoral), wide receiver Skye Moore (IR/knee) and offensive tackle Prince Teja Wanogho (IR/quad).
- Defensive tackle Charles Omenhu (torn ACL). OutsideHe will likely be replaced by Moore or Wanugu, who remain on the injured reserve list as of this writing.
- Chris Jones (quad) and running back Isiah Pacheco (toe) shared two Limited Practices this week are expected to be “good” for the game.
- As we reported earlier this week, wide receiver Kadarius Toney (personal) did not report the injury.
- Offensive coordinator Matt Nagy on Tony’s situation: “I thought he looked good. For us, it’s a day-to-day thing for him and where he’s at… It’s an interesting week just because you have that extra week. Just keeping everyone’s pace mentally but also physically trying to make sure you don’t lose your conditioning as well, but he did Good job… We’re evaluating all of that with every player every day, just kind of seeing where they’re at. We want to be able to see it in practice. It’s very important to be able to see these guys practice, and see how They perform individually and then how they fit into the scheme and what we have.
- Linebacker Willie Gay Jr. (neck) and cornerback Larios Snead (calf) were promoted to Full participants on Thursday and stayed that way on Friday. Gay wasn’t able to play in the AFC Championship Game, so that’s a good sign that he’ll be available for the Super Bowl.
- The 49ers only list one player Doubtful, On injured reserve are: defensive tackle Kalia Davis (ankle). It is worth noting that tight end George Kittle (toe) Did not practice all week, but it’s still considered good for going into the Super Bowl.
Regarding Thursday’s injury report, click here.