Written by Matthew Cannata | Twitter: @PhinManiacs
Heading into Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs, the injury situation became a bit more clear after both teams released their final injury reports before they announce their lineups on Sunday.
The Chiefs will have two key players out for them on Sunday - safety Eric Berry and running back De'Anthony Thomas. In addition, Jamaal Charles, arguably the best running back in the NFL, is listed as questionable after sustaining a high ankle sprain in week two. It remains o be seen whether these are mind games or if Charles has a legitimate chance at playing. If he does play though, it will most likely be very limited. Others that were listed as probable included Husain Abduallah, Tamba Hali, Cyrus Gray, Eric Kush and Josh Martin.
For the Miami Dolphins, Koa Misi, Knowshon Moreno and Shelley Smith were listed as out, which comes as no surprise. On the doubtful side of things, Terrence Fede, Mike Pouncey and Jordan Tripp are listed. It's the team's hope that all three can return for the London game. Most surprisingly is the fact that Charles Clay is listed as questionable along with Billy Turner.
Clay is battling a knee injury, which has slowed him down the first two weeks. Despite his limited production, his presence on the field will change the way the defense reacts so he is a player to watch on Sunday morning to see if he will be playing.