Injury Reports of Kadarius Toney and Courtland Sutton for Broncos vs. Chiefs game in Week 14 

Kansas City will try to bounce back from its third loss of the season when it travels to Denver for an AFC West showdown on Sunday afternoon.

Final Injury Reports Kansas City Chiefs – Denver Broncos

Injury Reports Kansas City Chiefs - Denver Broncos

On Friday, the Kansas City Chiefs and Denver Broncos issued their third and final injury reports of the week.

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  • The Broncos Injury Reports

Last week, Denver’s dreadful season continued with a 10-9 loss to Baltimore, as the Ravens scored late despite the absence of star quarterback Lamar Jackson.

  • Albert Okwuegbunam (Illness)
  • Jonathan Cooper (Ankle)
  • Tom Compton (Illness)
  • Deshawn Williams (Illness)
  • D.J. Jones (Shoulder) – Questionable
  • Justin Strnad (Knee) – Questionable
  • Dalton Risner (Back/Shoulder) – Questionable
  • Dakota Allen (Hamstring) – OUT
  • Andrew Beck (Hamstring) – OUT
  • Courtland Sutton (Hamstring) – OUT

Courtland Sutton (hamstring) will miss the Chiefs game on Sunday.

With Sutton out, the Broncos’ Kendall Hinton and Brandon Johnson, as well as Jerry Jeudy (ankle), are likely to see increased playing time this weekend.

Sutton will now look to return to action in Week 15 against the Cardinals.

  • The Chiefs Injury Reports

With a 9-3 record, Kansas City is once again looking like one of the top Super Bowl contenders this season. The Chiefs were on a five-game winning streak prior to last week’s 27-24 loss at Cincinnati, winning three of those five games by double digits.

  • Jaylen Watson (Hand)
  • Trey Smith (Knee)
  • Deon Bush (Elbow)
  • Willie Gay (Groin)
  • Joshua Williams (Quad)
  • L’Jarius Sneed (Calf)
  • Lucas Niang (Knee)
  • Joe Thuney (Ankle) – Questionable
  • Kadarius Toney (Hamstring) – OUT

Kadarius Toney (hamstring) has been upgraded to out for Sunday’s game against the Broncos.

Toney had been limited in practice all week, but the 2021 first-round pick was clearly unable to shake off a hamstring strain in Saturday’s workout and will thus miss his third straight game.