There is good news and bad news out of Kansas City this Saturday.
An MRI and scan previously ruled out structural damage to McCluster's injured ankle. The team had been waiting for the cultures to come back before determining whether he had MRSA, a type of staph infection that is resistant to certain antibiotics.
McCluster has 46 catches for 438 yards and one receiving touchdown to go with his 54 punt returns for 631 yards and two touchdowns. The Chiefs will miss the versatile receiver against the Raiders, but getting him healthy for the playoffs is the priority.