[Kansas City.com] Quarterback Damon Huard suffered an undisclosed injury toward the end of Thursday’s practice, a source close to the team said, and his status is uncertain for Sunday’s game with the Seahawks. The injury came roughly 24 hours after veteran quarterback Trent Green returned to practice from nearly a seven-week layoff from a severe concussion.
Green isn’t expected back until at least the Miami game Nov. 12, but the Chiefs were confident because Huard had filled in admirably and led the team to a 3-2 record as a starter.
Rookie Brodie Croyle took the reps at the end of Thursday’s practice, which was moved indoors because of the rain. Croyle, a finalist for the Johnny Unitas award last year at Alabama, is considered the Chiefs’ quarterback of the future.
But he’s untested and threw two interceptions in mop-up time Oct. 15 at Pittsburgh.
The Seahawks are also dealing with quarterback issues. Starter Matt Hasselbeck will sit Sunday because of a knee injury.