Report: McCluster Has High Ankle Sprain

CLEVELAND - SEPTEMBER 19: Wide receiver Dexter McCluster of the Kansas City Chiefs runs the ball by tight end Tony Moeaki against the Cleveland Browns at Cleveland Browns Stadium on September 19, 2010 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Matt Sullivan/Getty Images)

Source: Yardbarker.com

This could be bad news for the Kansas City Chiefs offense.

I was just about to head to bed when I took one last look at my Twitter page and I didn’t like what I saw. Nick Wright of 610 Sports is reporting that Dexter McCluster has a high ankle sprain and could miss multiple weeks.

This seems to make sense based on what we have been hearing out of Arrowhead. McCluster left Sunday’s game and did not return. He was later seen on crutches and in a walking boot. There have been reports that McCluster has been seen limping this week.

These high ankle sprains can keep a player out for a while.

Again this is not a confirmed report but I tend to believe Wright. He was right about Tyson Jackson injury after the first game so I doubt he is making it up.

Wright also reported that guard Ryan Lilja has has a broken thumb and that Mike Vrabel has a dislocated finger. Wright claims both will play Sunday.

We’ll keep you updated if we hear anything.

Topics: Dexter McCluster, Kansas City Chiefs

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