Kansas City Chiefs’ Damien Williams ruled out vs. New England Patriots

The Kansas City Chiefs may be without two of their prime three working backs for Sunday’s showdown with the New England Patriots.

The workforce launched Friday that Damien Williams was ruled out in direction of the Patriots attributable to rib harm. Earlier throughout the week, the Chiefs positioned Darrel Williams on injured reserve with a hamstring harm.

The accidents go away the Chiefs with rookie Darwin Thompson and veterans LeSean McCoy and Spencer Ware throughout the backfield. McCoy in the meantime leads the workforce in rushing yards (410), whereas Thompson had his first extending having fun with time all through the ultimate week’s 40-9 blowout win over the Oakland Raiders.

The Chiefs signed Ware, who carried out in Kansas City from 2015 by the ultimate season, earlier this week. He led the workforce in rushing in the middle of the 2016 advertising marketing campaign.

“They all practiced and took the rotation in there,” Chiefs head coach Andy Reid suggested reporters. “I’d tell you we’re comfortable with any of them playing.”

The Chiefs (8-4), holding a two-game lead over the Raiders throughout the AFC West, will play the Patriots (10-2) at 4:25 p.m. ET Sunday at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass.

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