By Tim Graham
The Buffalo Bills offered a straightforward injury report for Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs in Ralph Wilson Stadium.
Running back Fred Jackson did not practice because of his knee injury, and defensive end Marcell Dareus was absent to tend to family business. Jackson won't play. Dareus probably will.
The Chiefs' report is longer and includes three potential starters.
Nose tackle Anthony Toribio (ankle) and safety Kendrick Lewis (shoulder) did not practice Wednesday, while left cornerback Brandon Flowers (foot) was limited. All three were deactivated for the Chiefs' season opener against the Atlanta Falcons.
Also on the Chiefs' injury report were receiver Devon Wylie (hamstring) and defensive lineman Allen Bailey (ankle), who did not practice, and cornerback Jalil Brown (groin), who was limited.