NFL inactives, Week 10: Chiefs vs. Steelers

Greg Bartram-US PRESSWIRE

Steve Breaston is out for the Chiefs, while Jonathan Dwyer returns to action for Pittsburgh.

With no known injury, Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Steve Breaston is not active for this week's Monday Night Football matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Breaston, who has more than 700 receiving yards in his last four seasons, has caught passes in only four games this season for a total of 61 yards. With no injury to report, this means the Chiefs simply don't feel the need for his services. Chiefs offensive tackle Branden Albert will be active after being questionable during the week.

For the Steelers, running back Jonathan Dwyer will be active after missing Pittsburgh's last game. Dwyer is Pittsburgh's leading rusher in the absence of the injured Rashard Mendenhall. In the two games before missing last week's contest, Dwyer rushed for 229 combined yards.

Here are the full lists of inactives for both teams:

Kansas City: Steve Breaston, Cyrus Gray, Tysyn Hartman, Bryan Kehl, Bryan Mattison, Jerrell Powe, Brady Quinn.

Pittsburgh: Charlie Batch, Antonio Brown, Marcus Gilbert, Rashard Mendenhall, Troy Polamalu, Stevenson Sylvester, DeMarcus Van Dyke.

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