Jones played just 37 snaps in Monday night’s win over the Baltimore Ravens. He had averaged nearly 90 percent of snaps over the Chiefs’ first two games before the groin injury forced him to appear on just 70 percent of snaps against the Ravens. Jones had two sacks, two forced fumbles and five tackles before being sidelined.
Jones being able to be limited two days after the injury could be a good sign for his availability against the Patriots.
Wylie missed the Monday night game and had to go to the hospital ahead of game time as a late scratch. Ward played against the Ravens despite a fractured hand that required surgery following the opener against the Texans.
Chris Jones limited in practice with groin injury for Chiefs originally appeared on Pro Football Talk