KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) _ The Kansas City Chiefs were already
facing injury problems, but they may be losing two more players.
Coach Herm Edwards says starting right tackle Chris Terry is
making arrangements for the funeral of his mother on Saturday.
Starting linebacker Derrick Johnson also left after learning that
his father died.
Edwards says both may miss Sunday's game against Denver.
Starting left tackle Damion McIntosh couldn't practice because
of a knee injury and might also be out this week.
And starting linebacker Donnie Edwards is listed as questionable
with a hamstring injury that caused him to miss the second half of
last week's 24-10 loss to San Diego.
The Chiefs listed backup tackle Kyle Turley as questionable with
a foot injury, and third-team quarterback Tyler Thigpen is
scheduled for an MRI after hurting his knee in practice.
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