Toney out, 2 defensive players questionable for Chiefs in AFC Divisional

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Chiefs could be without several key players in the team’s AFC Divisional matchup against the Buffalo Bills.

Wide receiver Kadarius Toney has been ruled out with a hip/ankle injury while defensive end Charles Omenihu (illness) and linebacker Willie Gay (neck) are questionable for the game.

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Defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi (elbow), left tackle Wanya Morris (concussion) and WR Skyy Moore (knee, injured reserve) were ruled out on Friday.

Toney was listed as questionable on Friday and has not touched the field since Week 15 against the New England Patriots.

Losing Omenihu and Gay would be a huge blow with Omenihu having a remarkable season since joining the team after a six-game suspension with seven sacks in 11 games.

Gay fortifies the middle of the defense with 58 tackles, four tackles for loss, three quarterback hits and a sack.

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Omenihu was a full participant in practice all week and Gay had no injury designation until Friday when he was a limited participant.

To fill in for Nnadi on the defensive line, the Chiefs called up DT Matt Dickerson and NT Mike Pennel from the practice squad via Standard Elevation.

The 2021 AFC Divisional round rematch is set for 5:30 p.m. on Sunday.

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