The Chiefs appear to be at full strength offensively for this Sunday’s matchup with the Bills.
Running back Jamaal Charles and wide receiver Dwayne Bowe have each been listed as probable for the game after a week of practice affected by injuries. Charles, who leads the NFL in touches through the first eight weeks of the season, missed practice on Wednesday because of a knee injury. He returned to work on Thursday, however, and he looks set for his customary workload in Buffalo.
Bowe went from a full practice on Wednesday to a limited practice on Thursday, but the Chiefs likely just wanted to limit his workload. Bowe played through the groin injury last weekend and he’ll do it again this weekend as the Chiefs try to improve to 9-0.
The Chiefs are healthy across the board for the date with their former AFL rivals with only defensive end Mike Catapano listed as anything but probable. Catapano will miss the game with an ankle injury.