Found November 09, 2012 on Steelers Depot:
The Friday injury report for the Kansas City Chiefs is now out as they continue to prepare to play the Pittsburgh Steelers Monday night at Heinz Field. Guard Jeff Allen (head), cornerback Javier Arenas (head), running back Jamaal Charles (neck), wide receiver Terrance Copper (calf), running back Nate Eachus (head), and wide receiver Devon Wylie (hamstring) all practiced fully for a second consecutive day on Friday and all should be good to go by game-time Monday night. Tackle Branden Albert (back) was limited once again on Friday, while quarterback Brady Quinn (head) and defensive end Glenn Read more [...]
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