Looking to start off 2-0 for the first time since 2005, the Chiefs will be without two starters this afternoon in Cleveland.
DLE Tyson Jackson, who injured his knee on Monday night in Kansas City's win vs. the Chargers, has been listed as out on the team's injury report. So too has ORT Ryan O'Callaghan, who has been nursing a groin injury since training camp. Shaun Smith will replace Jackson in the lineup, and Barry Richardson will take O'Callaghan's spot.
The way we see it
After playing the second Monday-night game in Week One, the Chiefs had an extra-short week to prepare for the Browns. Jackson recorded six tackles in the opener and will look to return in Week Three. O'Callaghan has a nagging injury that should improve with rest.