The final injury report for the Chiefs before Sunday’s game against the New York Giants didn’t bring good news.
Linebackers Tamba Hali and Dee Ford, defensive tackle Allen Bailey and wide receiver Albert Wilson are listed as out.
The news about Hali is especially discouraging for the Chiefs. He had missed the first eight games, was activated for the Nov. 5 game at Dallas and played. But he experienced swelling in his knee, coach Andy Reid said earlier this week.
Hali said after the Cowboys game, a 28-17 loss, that he felt up to game speed: “My get-off is what I was most concerned about,” Hali said. “But as far as redirecting and getting to the ball I was fine.”
Bailey injured a knee against the Cowboys and will miss his first game of the season. Ford will miss his fourth game with a back injury and Wilson his third with a hamstring injury.