Posted September 30, 2012 on AP on Fox
Running back Peyton Hillis and defensive end Glenn Dorsey are among four starters who are inactive for the Kansas City Chiefs' game against the San Diego Chargers on Sunday. Hillis hurt his ankle last week at New Orleans, while Dorsey was questionable with a calf injury. Tight end Kevin Boss (head) and safety Kendrick Lewis (shoulder) are also inactive. Chargers kicker Nate Kaeding is inactive after hurting his groin in practice Friday. Nick Novak was signed as a replacement and backup offensive lineman Reggie Wells was released. Also inactive for the Chargers are defensive tackle Antonio Garay, cornerback Shareece Wright, tight end Ladarius Green, linebacker Jonas Mouton and running back Curtis Brinkley.
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