Still coming to grips with the Jovan Belcher tragedy, the Kansas City Chiefs will host the Carolina Panthers on Sunday. The 25-year-old linebacker killed himself and the mother of his child on Saturday, but the organization chose to play Sunday's game, and will hold a moment of silence before kickoff for the victims of domestic violence and their families.
On the field, Kansas City will be without safety Kendrick Lewis, who missed practice all week after suffering a shoulder injury against the Denver Broncos. The Chiefs will, however, have wide receiver Dexter McCluster active on Sunday, despite a head injury suffered against the Broncos.
The complete list of Kansas City inactives, via the team's Twitter feed:
#Panthers inactives: 7 Clausen, 12 Gettis, 28 Stewart, 31 Dockery, 55 Hogue, 73 B. Campbell, 93 Applewhite— Panthers PR Dept. (@Panthers_PR) December 2, 2012
Kickoff between the Chiefs and Panthers is scheduled for 1 p.m. ET from Arrowhead Stadium. The game will be televised on FOX.