The Kansas City Chiefs and Indianapolis Colts released their inactive lists for Saturday's wild card game. The Chiefs get a big boost in their pass rush with Tamba Hali and Justin Houston both active. They will be without one starter, as rookie Eric Fisher was ruled out with a groin injury.
Hali was listed as questionable with a knee injury, but he participated in Friday's practice and felt good in pregame warmups. The Chiefs could get an even bigger boost with Houston's return. Houston hasn't played since suffering an elbow injury in Week 12. Kansas City struggled with a hobbled defense down the stretch, losing five of their last seven games after starting the season 9-0.
The Colts enter this game with a relatively healthy squad and don't have any pressing injury concerns. Here is the complete inactive list for both teams:
DB Chip Vaughn, DB Sheldon Price, TE Weslye Saunders, LB Daniel Adongo, C Khaled Holmes, OG Joe Reitz, DL Fili Moala
Kansas City Chiefs
QB Tyler Bray, LB Dezman Moses, C Eric Kush, OG Rokevious Watkins, OT Eric Fisher, TE Richard Gordon, DL Jerrell Powe