Chiefs likely going with Croyle this Sunday

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Kansas City Chiefs say Brodie Croyle was able to throw without any problems today, so he will probably start at quarterback on Sunday.

The Chiefs try to snap an eight-game losing skid in their season finale at the New York Jets.

Croyle missed most of last week's game at Detroit after he bruised his throwing hand while trying to make a tackle.

He wasn't able to throw in practice yesterday and was listed as questionable.

Croyle has made five starts and played in eight games. He has hit 107 of 181 passes for 1,032 yards with five touchdowns and six interceptions.

The Chiefs are concerned about his tendency to get hurt, but Croyle says he's not feeling any pressure to prove that he can stay healthy.

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