"Flowers has tried to do something the last couple of days and hopefully with this time off and this rest, he'll be feeling better and do more things," Crennel said.
Quinn has a neck strain that he sustained against the Packers, and while Crennel said that his No. 2 quarterback was feeling better, the coach had yet to see him do any activity.
"He's progressing," Crennel said, "but I don't think he's going to be ready."
They've reportedly worked out former defensive tackle Shaun Smith, who was recently cut by the Tennessee Titans, and could take a look at a few more players who were cut loose over the weekend.
Kansas City kept five running backs while going light at several other positions.
"We got the roster down to the required number, and it's always tough to move on from guys, particularly this last cut, but you have to do what you have to do, and then you have to move forward," Crennel said. "We're excited about the guys we have on the team."
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