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Bears vs. Chiefs Inactives and Injury Report: Hicks, Massie, and Gabriel are out

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Here are the inactives for both teams.

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The injury report for the Chicago Bears is as small as it’s been in a while, but some of that is due to the recent additions to the season ending injured reserve list, the latest of which is inside linebacker Danny Trevathan. The Bears are now up to eight players on IR, six of which have started at times during the 2019 season.

For this Sunday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs, the Bears have ruled out right tackle Bobby Massie (ankle) and wide receiver Taylor Gabriel (concussion).

The Bears have listed cornerback Prince Amukamara (hamstring) as questionable after he was limited the last two days at practice. Also questionable for the Bears is defensive lineman Akiem Hicks (elbow), who has practiced in full all week, but with his elbow giving his trouble in the last game, perhaps the Bears are still deciding whether or not to sit him for the last two games.

UPDATE: On Saturday the Bears ruled Hicks out for the game.

Left guard Andrew Wylie won’t play for K.C. and cornerback Morris Claiborne was ruled out as well.

One player that will play for the Chiefs is newly signed Terrell Suggs, who was released by the Cardinals last week and claimed by K.C. for their playoff push.

BEARS vs. CHIEFS INACTIVES