The Chiefs’ Travis Kelce was held out of Wednesday’s final workout and listed as questionable for Thursday night’s season opener against Detroit, one day after the All-Pro tight end hyperextended his knee in practice.

Kelce was the only player to carry an injury designation for the Super Bowl champions, who will be raising their latest banner before the first game of the NFL season.

That means that wide receiver Kadarius Toney and cornerback L’Jarius Sneed, both of whom have dealt with knee injuries throughout training camp, are expected to be in the lineup.

Chiefs coach Andy Reid did not discuss Kelce’s injury in detail after Tuesday’s practice, but a person familiar with the tests taken afterward told The Associated Press that there was no ligament damage.

Kelce’s brother and podcast partner, Eagles center Jason Kelce, told WIP on Wednesday that “he’s got some swelling going on,” and alluded to a bruise on the bone that could take some time to heal.

The 33-year-old Kelce has not missed a game to injury since his rookie season in 2013.