The Cleveland Browns promoted a pair of players in case of emergency for their divisional playoff game against the Kansas City Chiefs, but they didn't need either as offensive tackle Jack Conklin and tights David Njoku and Stephen Carlson are active.
B.J. Goodson is also active after vowing to play after the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Browns have everyone they were hoping to have available for this game and their inactive list is made up of guys who haven't contributed this season unless it was absolutely necessary.
Eyes will be on Conklin and how he moves around in this game due to the hamstring, but they are headed into the game with the entire starting unit in place.
Njoku and Carlson ensure the Browns have their full group of tight ends, which could be important in this game due to their ability to play bigger than the Chiefs are normally comfortable. That could pave the way for a strong day running the football.
The Chiefs will have Mike Remmers active, despite the fact he was listed as questionable earlier with an illness. It's entirely a question of how much that limits his effectiveness. They will not have Rashad Felton at corner, who was questionable coming into the game with foot and ankle injuries.
Rookie running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire seemed like he might possibly be active, even if it was only in an emergency situation, but they are going full speed ahead with Le'Veon Bell with their starting running back.
Sammy Watkins is rarely available and will not play in this game with a calf.