Chiefs wide receiver Jeremy Maclin is listed as questionable on the team’s final injury report for its AFC Divisional Playoff game Saturday at New England.
Also listed as questionable: Linebackers Justin Houston and Tamba Hali and running back Spencer Ware. Starting center Mitch Morse and starting right guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif were ruled out after they did not pass the league’s concussion protocol.
Maclin’s availability will be a game-time decision. He sustained a high ankle sprain in the Chiefs’ 30-0 win over the Houston Texans in the AFC Wild Card round last Saturday. Maclin jogged before the Chiefs held team drills Thursday but did not practice.
Houston (knee) and Hali (knee/thumb) both played against the Texans, but Houston was limited in practice and Hali did not practice this week. Ware (sprained ankle) practiced Thursday in a limited fashion after sitting the day before.
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As for the Patriots, 12 players are listed as questionable: Wide receivers Danny Amendola (knee), Julian Edelman (foot), tight ends Rob Gronkowski (knee/back) and Scott Chandler (knee); tackles Sebastian Vollmer (ankle) and LaAdrian Waddle (shoulder); defensive ends Chandler Jones (abdomen/toe) and Rob Ninkovich (shin); linebackers Jonathan Freeny (hand) and Dont’a Hightower (knee) and defensive backs Justin Coleman (concussion) and Nate Ebner (hand).
Guard Tre’ Jackson did not practice this week and is ruled out of Saturday’s game.