Four Chiefs starters out vs Chargers in regular-season finale

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Chiefs will already be without several starters in their last game of the regular season.

Four of those starters will be out due to injury:

Toney will miss his fourth game this season after a tumultuous year of drops and inconsistent play.

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Smith will miss his fifth game this year after suffering a stinger against the Green Bay Packers in early December.

Rice will miss his first NFL regular season game ever. The rookie leads the team with seven touchdown receptions, a franchise rookie record.

Sneed will miss his first game of the season after being a game-time decision last week against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Several other players are listed as questionable for Sunday’s game:

Quarterback Patrick Mahomes also will not play Sunday; he’s listed as doubtful on the Chiefs latest injury report. Backup Blaine Gabbert will start for him, head coach Andy Reid said earlier this week.

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It’s unknown if tight end Travis Kelce will play or how much. Reid said his snap count has not been finalized, as of Friday afternoon.

The offensive line will rotate so starters get fewer reps before the playoffs next week.

Kickoff is set for 3:25 p.m. Sunday.

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