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Steelers Injury Report: Steelers and Chiefs fully loaded for AFC showdown

The Pittsburgh Steelers and Kansas City Chiefs are prepared to square off, and both teams will be sporting a clean bill of health.

NFL: AFC Divisional-Pittsburgh Steelers at Kansas City Chiefs Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports

There certainly were some storylines this week leading up to the Week 6 game pitting the Pittsburgh Steelers and Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium. Travis Kelce coming back from a concussion, Justin Houston missing days due to a calf injury, Tyreek Hill and the phantom hamstring injury and Ramon Foster’s availability up in the air for the upcoming game.

However, on Friday, when teams release their final injury report, it was pretty calm on both sides. Foster is listed as questionable with a back injury, which could lead to B.J. Finney getting the start at guard, but other than that, the Steelers have a clean bill of health. All those players who missed practice time this week are good-to-go for Week 6.

As for the Chiefs, their big name players, mainly those above, are all planning on playing in the game, but they did rule out several players for this rematch of the AFC Divisional round game which had the Steelers defeat the Chiefs and move on to the AFC Championship game.

Check out the full injury report below for both teams, and keep an eye out for the official inactive list released a little over an hour before the 4:25 p.m. ET kickoff.

Injury Report


G Ramon Foster (Back)

Kansas City

WR Chris Conley (Achilles)
G Laurent Duvernay-Tardif (Knee)
C Mitch Morse (Foot)
S Steven Terrell (Concussion)