Source: Kansas City Chiefs RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire likely to play vs. Buffalo Bills

The Kansas City Chiefs likely will have running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire but be without Le'Veon Bell for Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Buffalo Bills, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Edwards-Helaire is listed as questionable because of ankle and hip injuries. The team is still unsure exactly how much he will be able to play; it will depend on how he feels pregame and, if active, in the game, the source said.

Edwards-Helaire hasn't played since being injured in the Chiefs' Week 15 win over the New Orleans Saints.

Bell, questionable with a knee injury, is unlikely to play, the source told Schefter. He had just two rushes for 6 yards in the Chiefs' victory over the Cleveland Browns last week.

Wide receiver Sammy Watkins, questionable with a calf injury, is considered a long shot to play, the source said.