Who’s Playing, Who’s Not at Kansas City Chiefs

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The Ravens don’t have a long injury list for Sunday’s road game against the Kansas City Chiefs, but a top performer through two weeks is among those listed.

Tight end Mark Andrews (foot) is listed as questionable after being limited in practice for the second straight day. Andrews sat out Wednesday, so he did not have a full practice all week.

However, Andrews missed the final practice prior to Week 2 and still had eight catches for 112 yards and a touchdown.

Fullback Patrick Ricard (back) is also questionable, but he was a full participant in Friday’s practice. Wide receiver Marquise Brown, cornerback Brandon Carr and outside linebacker Pernell McPhee missed Friday’s practice for non-injury reasons.

Safety Brynden Trawick (elbow), who was injured Week 2 against the Arizona Cardinals, did not practice this week and has been ruled out. Not having Trawick, one the team’s top special teams players, means there will be a spot open on the team’s 46-man gameday roster.

Veteran cornerback Jimmy Smith (knee) will miss his second straight game after his injury in the season-opener, but is getting closer to returning to action.

“He’s doing well. He’s very positive," Head Coach John Harbaugh said. "We can’t say for sure; he hasn’t run, yet. But he’s close to that. He’s ‘on schedule,’ and we’ll know more in the next, probably, two weeks, week or two.”

Chiefs Will Be Without Three Starters, McCoy Questionable

Three Chiefs starters will miss Sunday’s game: Pro Bowl left tackle Eric Fisher (groin), wide receiver Tyreek Hill (shoulder) and running back Damien Williams (knee).

Cameron Erving will start at left tackle for Kansas City, with the key responsibility of protecting quarterback Patrick Mahomes’ blindside.

Running back LeSean McCoy is questionable but he was a full participant in Friday’s practice. McCoy may play a prominent role with Williams out of action. Williams (22 carries, 34 yards) and McCoy (21 carries, 104 yards) have shared ball-carrying duties for the Chiefs, who have two young running backs on the depth chart behind McCoy – rookie Darwin Thompson and second-year player Darrel Williams.

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