Edwards: Croyle out for season

The knee injury that knocked Chiefs QB Brodie Croyle from Sunday’s loss to the Titans will also end his season. Croyle suffered what the Chiefs announced during the game as a sprained left knee, but coach Herm Edwards said after the game the quarterback is out for the season.

Croyle injured the knee during the first quarter when he was hit by Titans DT Albert Haynesworth after completing a pass. He did not return, and completed 9 of 10 passes for 63 yards before leaving.

Croyle was replaced on the next drive by Damon Huard, who was later injured early in the fourth quarter and replaced by Tyler Thigpen.

Croyle was making his first start since he suffered a separated shoulder in Week 1.

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