News: While coach Andy Reid didn't provide a timetable for Charles' return from a high ankle sprain, he noted that the one suffered by the running back Sunday "doesn't look to be a real severe one," the Kansas City Star reports.
Impact: Charles' status for Sunday's game against the Dolphins thus remains unclear, with Knile Davis (who carried 22 times for 79 yards and two TDs in relief of Charles in Week 2) in line for an expanded workload in Week 3, if Charles is out or limited at all Sunday.
News: Berry suffered a sprained ankle during Sunday's game, Lindsay Jones of USA Today reports.
Impact: Berry was forced out of Sunday's contest during the second quarter and didn't return after spraining his right ankle. It's worth noting that he's previously dealt with right heel tendinitis, so another ailment around his right foot is hardly ideal. Expect Berry's status to be updated throughout the week in advance of the Chiefs' Week 3 game against the Dolphins.
News: Charles suffered a high ankle sprain Sunday, according to Chiefs' coach Andy Reid, Lindsey Jones of USA Today reports.
Impact: Charles' sprain was initially thought to be mild, but Reid disclosing his star running back actually sustained a high ankle sprain is certainly of concern. The variety of sprain typically forces players to miss time, putting Charles' Week 3 status moving forward in question. While a timetable for his return has not yet been outlined, it appears as though Knile Davis could be in line for an extended role in the Chiefs' offense Sunday against the Dolphins.
News: Fasano caught three passes on four targets for 39 yards Sunday against the Broncos.
Impact: Fasano was once again not a huge factor offensively, with his biggest highlight coming on a juggling catch. He continues to receive a large amount of snaps, however, missing just seven of 86 on the day. The team is still run-oriented, which allows Fasano to play, but Travis Kelce is the better tight end option, if an owner is looking for production in Kansas City.