WR Chris Chambers not happy with being a healthy scratch Sunday

Chiefs veteran wideout Chris Chambers was a healthy scratch from Sunday’s game vs. the Jaguars. Chambers said he was informed about 90 minutes prior to kickoff that he was going to be inactive for the game. “Frustrating,” Chambers said, via Kent Babb of the Kansas City Star. “I was pretty much going to start warming up. “You kind of don’t know what the coaches are thinking, or what their expectations are of you and where their confidence is.”

Chambers dislocated his finger early in the Chiefs’ loss to the Indianapolis Colts three weeks ago, and hasn’t played since. Chiefs head coach Todd Haley said two weeks ago that while Chambers’ finger wasn’t completely healthy, he could have played in what turned out to be a loss to the Houston Texans. For Jacksonville however, Haley wanted as many healthy and versatile players on the 45-man game-day roster as possible, considering Chambers’ finger was not yet healed and he doesn’t offer the Chiefs much help on special teams, the team kept him on the sideline.

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