KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The NFL’s leading kick returner David Reed was inactive for the Baltimore Ravens in Sunday’s playoff game against the Kansas City Chiefs because of a wrist injury.
Reed averages 29.3 yards per return, and returned a kickoff 103 yards for a touchdown during the season.
Kansas City’s most significant inactive was wide receiver Chris Chambers. He caught 22 passes for 213 yards and one TD in 13 games.
Other inactives for the Ravens included safety Tom Zbikowski, fullback Jason McKie, linebacker Tavares Gooden, defensive tackles Lamar Divens and Arthur Jones and tight ends Dennis Pitta and Davon Drew.
Also inactive for Kansas City were wide receiver Quinten Lawrence, fullback Mike Cox, safety Reshard Langford, linebacker Charlie Anderson, and defensive tackle Anthony Toribio.
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