Donnie Avery Injury: Updates on Chiefs WR's Shoulder
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Donnie Avery has developed a nice rapport with quarterback Alex Smith early this season, but the team's signal-caller may have to finish off the Tennessee Titans without his trusted pass-catcher in Week 5, according to Reid Ferrin of KCChiefs.com.
Donnie Avery ( right shoulder) is out and his return is questionable. #KCvsTEN— Reid Ferrin (@KCChiefs_Reid) October 6, 2013
He would later return to the game before exiting for good.
Avery is active for Week 6.
Avery was forced to exit the game with the Chiefs leading 13-0, and later returned to action, according to ESPN's John Clayton.
Donnie Avery is back for the Chiefs.— John Clayton (@ClaytonESPN) October 6, 2013
Avery would quickly exit again and be ruled out for the remainder of the game, per Ferrin.
Donnie Avery (right shoulder) out for the rest of the game. #KCvsTEN— Reid Ferrin (@KCChiefs_Reid) October 6, 2013
With three catches for 91 yards prior to exiting the game, Avery was torching the Tennessee secondary. Avery had 13 catches for 213 yards and a touchdown entering Sunday's contest, and he certainly added to those totals against his former team.
Avery played for the Titans two seasons ago, and he has also played for the Indianapolis Colts and St. Louis Rams. This is Avery's fourth team in five seasons, and he seems to have found a home in Andy Reid's offense.
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