Kansas City Chiefs defensive tackle Chris Jones and running back LeSean McCoy on Friday were listed as questionable for Sunday’s AFC Championship Game against the visiting Tennessee Titans.
Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, who like Jones and McCoy were limited in Friday practice, was given no official injury-report designation for the game but coach Andy Reid previously said he expects Kelce to play.
Jones suffered a calf injury that kept him out of last week’s divisional-round victory over the Houston Texans.
“We’ll see. I want to see how he feels (Saturday),” Reid said Friday of Jones. “We’ll just go from there. We talk about day by day, this one is day to day.”
McCoy and backup quarterback Matt Moore were listed as questionable as both have dealt with illnesses this week.
Kelce was limited in all three practices last week before catching 10 passes for 134 yards and three touchdowns against Houston.
“He’s actually feeling better this week, which is good,” Reid said.
Among the players listed as questionable for the Titans are linebackers Jayon Brown (shoulder) and Rashaan Evans (foot), cornerback Adoree’ Jackson (foot) and offensive tackle Jack Conklin (shoulder).
Also questionable are receivers Adam Humphries (ankle) and Cody Hollister (ankle) and linebacker David Long (knee). All seven were limited practice participants on Friday.