KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -The swelling in Larry Johnson's injured right foot is subsiding, though not enough for the Kansas City Chiefs running back to play this week against the Indianapolis Colts.
Johnson, injured two weeks ago while being tackled from behind by Green Bay's A.J. Hawk, is scheduled to meet with a foot specialist on Monday. The team is still calling the injury a mid-foot sprain despite a report last week saying he had a broken foot.
The team ruled Johnson out for Sunday's game at Indianapolis and said his condition will be evaluated each week.

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