[ESPN.com] Chiefs quarterback Damon Huard, nursing a sore groin, did not practice Friday and may not start Sunday against Seattle.
Coach Herm Edwards said rookie Brodie Croyle would start if Huard can’t play. Edwards said it could be a game-day decision. Croyle, drafted last spring out of Alabama, worked exclusively with the first team Friday, while Huard watched from the sidelines.
Huard was injured Thursday, leaving Croyle to finish that day’s practice with the first team.