KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Kansas City quarterback Brodie Croyle
missed today's practice because of a sore back. The team says his
availability for this week's game against San Diego could be in
Croyle was kicked in the back early in the Chiefs' 20-17 loss to
Oakland on Sunday. He played the rest of the game but has been too
sore to do much all week.
If Croyle can't play Sunday, veteran Damon Huard will get the
start. Huard passed for eight touchdowns and 11 interceptions in
nine games before Croyle was made the starter.
Right tackle Chris Terry also missed practice today and may not
be available on Sunday.
Coach Herm Edwards says Terry's mother died, and he flew home
for the funeral. Kyle Turley would replace him.
Safeties Jarrad Page and Greg Wesley and cornerback Patrick
Surtain also didn't practice.
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