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Here's a look at the injury report for Sunday'sDivisional Round matchup between the Cleveland Browns and Kansas City Chiefs.
Cleveland Browns vs. Kansas City Chiefs Injury Report
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Cleveland Browns Injury News
The Browns pulled off a historic upset in Pittsburgh last week, playing with a patchwork offensive line, a depleted defense, and no head coach.
Fortunately, a large portion of these losses were due to COVID, and they could well get head coach Kevin Stefanski, guard Joel Bitonio and cornerbacks Denzel Ward and Kevin Johnson.
Their returns would be a huge boost to the team that put up 48 points last week. They did however, pick up an injury as RT Jack Conklin pulled his hamstring, and there is a chance that he will not be able to play in the Divisional round.
Kansas City Chiefs Injury News
The Chiefs come into their matchup versus Cleveland with a few question marks, largely on offense.
Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Le’Veon Bell are dealing with hip and knee injuries, respectively. While they could both play, we’ll have to monitor their practice statuses.
At wideout, Tyreek Hill will likely play after resting his hamstring in Week 17, though Sammy Watkins is a bit of a flight risk with a calf issue.
Their line carries some issues, most notably at right tackle, where they’ve missed starter Mitchell Schwartz for the majority of this season. Their depth tackles are dealing with issues of their own, as Martinas Rankin (knee) and Mike Remmers (back) have missed significant time this year.
They are also down two starters at guard, as Laurent Duvernay-Tardif opted out and Kelechi Osemele suffered rare bilateral knee tears.
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