Croyle, Johnson, Terry inactive for Chiefs

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Quarterback Brodie Croyle, running back Larry Johnson and right tackle Chris Terry were inactive Sunday for the Kansas City Chiefs.

Johnson missed his fourth straight start with a foot injury. Croyle, unable to practice all week with a bruised back, was replaced by Damon Huard. Terry was gone most of the week after his mother died. He was replaced by Kyle Turley.

Defensive end Luis Castillo was the only San Diego starter inactive. He's been out several weeks with an ankle injury.

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