Week 8: Thursday injury report

LewisKANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Chiefs’ list of injured players grew from Wednesday’s seven to eight, as wide receiver Dwayne Bowe landed on Thursday’s report.

Bowe, who wasn’t listed on Wednesday’s report, appears as a limited participant with a groin injury. Joining Bowe as a limited participant is tight end Anthony Fasano (ankle, knee).

The Chiefs list safety Kendrick Lewis (ankle) as not practicing. Lewis was a limited participant Wednesday and he’s been dealing with the ankle injury for a few weeks.

Listed as full participants for a second straight day are guard Jeff Allen (knee, groin), linebacker Derrick Johnson (wrist), linebacker Dezman Moses (toe), cornerback Ron Parker (toe) and fullback Anthony Sherman (knee, calf).

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Thursday’s official NFL Injury Report, as released by the league:

Cleveland Browns

Did not practice

Wednesday: LB Quentin Groves
Thursday: LB Quentin Groves, RB Willis McGahee

Limited participation

Wednesday: LB Brandon Magee (oblique), DE Billy Winn (quadricep)
Thursday: LB Brandon Magee (oblique), DE Billy Winn (quadricep)

Full participation

Wednesday: DE Armonty Bryant (shoulder), LB Tank Carder (neck), RB Willis McGahee (knee), RB Chris Ogbonnaya (ribs), CB Christopher Owens (finger)
Thursday: DE Armonty Bryant (shoulder), LB Tank Carder (neck), RB Chris Ogbonnaya (ribs), CB Christopher Owens (finger)

Kansas City Chiefs

Practice report

Did not practice

Thursday: S Kendrick Lewis (ankle)

Limited participation

Wednesday: TE Anthony Fasano (knee, ankle), S Kendrick Lewis (ankle)
Thursday: WR Dwayne Bowe (groin), TE Anthony Fasano (ankle, knee)

Full participation

Wednesday: G Jeff Allen (knee, groin), LB Derrick Johnson (wrist), LB Dezman Moses (toe), CB Ron Parker (toe), FB Anthony Sherman (knee, calf)
Thursday: G Jeff Allen (knee, groin), LB Derrick Johnson (wrist), LB Dezman Moses (toe), CB Ron Parker (toe), FB Anthony Sherman (knee, calf)

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