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Thread: Webnews: With Dexter McCluster injured, Chiefs bring back Chad Ha

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    By Josh Alper
    Dexter McCluster popped up on the injury report with an ankle injury on Thursday after practicing in full on Wednesday, raising the possibility that the Chiefs would have to play without their punt returner and frequent Alex Smith target against the Raiders this weekend. Kansas City made a move Monday to give themselves an option… Read more…

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    I hope Dex's ankle is is good to go Sunday.


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    Yeah wouldn't like not having Dex against the raiders, but I suspect we will beat them either way.

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    Apparently he has a cut on his ankle from last week that is infected and swollen. He didn't sprain his ankle. If they can keep the swelling down and hit him with some high dose antibiotics, he may be able to play with no noticeable problems.

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