Chiefs' Jeremy Maclin, Pats' Rob Gronkowski both active

ByAdam Teicher ESPN logo
Saturday, January 16, 2016

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Wide receiver Jeremy Maclin and tight end Rob Gronkowski will be available for their respective teams in the divisional round playoff game between the Kansas City Chiefs and New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium.

Maclin, the Chiefs' leading receiver, suffered a high ankle sprain in last week's playoff win over the Texans and didn't practice this week leading up to the game. Gronkowski, New England's top pass-catcher, has been bothered by a sore knee. Both players were listed as questionable on the week's final injury report.

Many of the other key players listed by the teams on the injury report will be available to play. For the Patriots, that list includes wide receiversJulian Edelmanand Danny Amendola, offensive tackle Sebastian Vollmer, defensive lineman Chandler Jones and linebackersRob Ninkovich and Dont'a Hightower.

Linebackers Justin Houston and Tamba Hali, running back Spencer Ware and wide receiver Albert Wilson will all be available for the Chiefs.

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