The Kansas City Chiefs’ injury report once again listed star pass rusher Frank Clark as limited on Wednesday.
Clarke has been battling a groin injury for the past few weeks, which head coach Andy Reid described as “minor”. But for what it’s worth, the three-time Pro Bowler didn’t become a full participant until a few days out from the Divisional Round.
Having a healthy Clark on the field could make all the difference for KC in their run to the playoffs.
The 29-year-old defensive end is only one sack away from tying the great Reggie White in post-season sacks and five sacks away from catching Patriots legend Willie McGinest.
Other key players joining Clark on the injury report are wide receiver Mecole Hardman, who is battling a pelvic injury, rookie Skye Moore (arm) and cornerback L’Jarius Toney (hip), though the latter was a full participant.
Kansas City hosts the Jags coming to Arrowhead after a historic win over Justin Herbert and the high-powered Chargers.
Kickoff is set for Saturday at 4:30 p.m. ET.