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Chiefs RB Damien Williams Questionable for Monday’s Game vs Chargers

The Chiefs won’t take the field till Monday night, but might not have one of their play makers as running back Damien Williams if officially listed as questionable after missing Saturday’s practice.

Chiefs coach Andy Reid said that Williams missed Saturday’s practice after being “excused for a personal situation.”

The coach said he ‘should’ travel to Mexico for the game, but is still 50-50 to play in the showdown with the Chargers.

Defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah (pectoral), defensive end Alex Okafor (ankle) and tight end Blake Bell (ankle) are out for Monday’s game against the Chargers. Cornerback Kendall Fuller (thumb) is questionable.

In a bit of good news, starting offensive linemen Eric Fisher (groin) and Laurent Duvernay-Tardif (right ankle) were full participants this last week and they both should play.

Video: NFL Week 11 Preview – Chiefs Travel to Los Angeles to Take On the Chargers

The Chargers will look to get on track in an AFC West showdown at home Sunday as they will host Pat Mahomes and the 6-4 Chiefs.

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Video: Chiefs Get a Big Day From Mahomes, Can’t Finish in 35-32 Loss to Titans

The Chiefs got Pat Mahomes back, but in the end despite 400 yards plus passing it wasn’t enough, as the Chiefs fell to the Titans 35-32.

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NFL Week 10 Inactives: Chiefs at Titans

Here are today’s inactives for the Chiefs and Titans AFC battle in Tennessee:


OG Laurent Duvernay-Tardif
OT Eric Fisher
CB Kendall Fuller
QB Chad Henne
RB LeSean McCoy
DE Alex Okafor
DT Mike Pennel


LB Jayon Brown
DE Jurrell Casey
WR Corey Davis
C Hroniss Grasu
OG Kevin Pamphile
CB Tye Smith
TE Delanie Walker

Video: Chiefs Get Mahomes Back; Look to Take Down the Titans

Pat Mahomes is back for the Chiefs Sunday as Kansas City looks to stay atop the AFC West and take care of business against the 4-5 Titans who are 2-2 at home.

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Mahomes is Back; Chiefs QB to Start Sunday Against the Titans

The Chiefs will have their starter quarterback back on Sunday, as Patrick Mahomes Friday declared himself fit to play against the Titans.

The team tweeted out the news Friday that their and the defending NFL MVP will start against Tennessee just three weeks after suffering a dislocated kneecap against the Broncos.

“I’m in a good spot,” Mahomes said on Friday. “I’m ready to get out there.”

“I knew I had a chance once I talked to those doctors and they said as long as I was functioning well, moving well, I could play this week.

“Coach [Andy] Reid still wanted me to take it day by day. I went out here in practice and took the reps and I haven’t had any pain or any setbacks, and so as long as we keep going with that I’m glad to be back out there.”

This week it became more and more evident that Mahomes would be ready to play, as he did not miss a practice this week, and was a full participant each day.

Doctors told Mahomes at the start of the week that he had a chance to play this week if all went well with practice.

“We need him back,” wide receiver Sammy Watkins said about Mahomes.

“His energy affected all of us. Him being on that field has definitely been needed. All week we’ve been practicing hard. Every practice has been perfect.

“For us, it’s just to play fast, be in the right area and literally for our offensive line to let nobody touch him. I think that’s going to happen this week. He had a great week of practice. He’s been practicing well and we’ve been looking really good with him.”

Will QB Pat Mahomes Be Back Sunday for the Chiefs Against the Titans?

It’s been three weeks since Chiefs MVP QB Pat Mahomes dislocated his kneecap against the Broncos, and there’s a real hope that he might be able to return this Sunday against the Titans.

The decision on if Mahomes can be back under center may not come until Sunday, but ESPN’s Ed Werder said on Wednesday that there’s internal hope that Mahomes can be back pushing backup Matt Moore back to the bench.

A big part about Mahomes playing will be how he reacts to that added workload, and if his knee can handle it.

If he can, all signs point to him being back Sunday for the Chiefs, who are coming off a huge home win over the Vikings Sunday.

Video: Butker’s Kick Wins it as Chiefs Top Vikings 26-23 to Move to 6-3

The Chiefs needed all 60 minutes to get it done, but they did just that as they got a 44-yard field goal at the buzzer from Harrison Butker for a 26-23 win over the Vikings.

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