AFC West injury report

September, 21, 2012
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San Diego running Ryan Mathews practiced fully all week and is listed as questionable to play Sunday against visiting Atlanta. He has been out since Aug. 9 with a broken clavicle, but should play barring a setback.

Even though he is listed as questionable, U-T San Diego reports that San Diego coach Norv Turner said of Mathews’ impact on Sunday: "I expect him to come in and play at a high level."

Tight end Antonio Gates practiced fully the past two days and is listed as probable. He missed last week’s game with the injury.

In other key AFC West injury updates:

For Oakland, several players are questionable to play Sunday against Pittsburgh. They include: tight end David Ausberry (shoulder), running back Mike Goodson (hamstring), kicker Sebastian Janikowski (left groin), running back Taiwan Jones (ribs), linebacker Rolando McClain (concussion, ankle), and defensive tackle Richard Seymour (knee)

Denver linebacker Von Miller (hip) practiced fully Friday for the second straight day and is listed as probable for the game against Houston on Sunday. Nickel cornerback Chris Harris is also listed as probable. He missed the Atlanta game Monday.

For Kansas City, tight end Kevin Boss (concussion), cornerback Jacques Reeves (hamstring) and receiver Devon Wylie (hamstring) are out. Guard Ryan Lilja (back), defensive tackle Anthony Toribio (ankle), safety Kendrick Lewis (shoulder), receiver Dexter McCluster (shoulder) are questionable, and receiver Steve Breaston (wrist) is probable.

Bill Williamson | email

ESPN San Francisco 49ers reporter

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