The Kansas City Chiefs have announced a few roster moves ahead of their Saturday Week 18 matchup against the Las Vegas Raiders. The club disclosed its moves on its official Twitter account late Friday afternoon.

The outcome of that game, and a decision approved by the NFL on Friday, could spell big changes for the Chiefs and plans for postseason play.

The Chiefs will be without one offensive weapon on Saturday. Wide receiver Skyy Moore has been dealing with a hand injury from last Sunday's game and has been ruled out against the Raiders.

Kicker Matthew Wright has been signed to the practice squad and elevated to the roster.Fans may remember Wright from earlier this season when he made Chiefs history.

Fans watched, worried after a 41-yard miss from Wright before nailing a 59-yard kick right between the uprights, beating the previous record of 58 yards.

Butker, who has been reportedly dealing with back spasms, has seen issues on the field in recent games. Wright's addition to the lineup is seen as a backup plan in case Butker is unavailable.

The NFL approved the "neutral site" change after the league announced last Monday's Bills-Bengals game won't be resumed after Bills safety Damar Hamlin collapsed and went into cardiac arrest in the first quarter of the game.

The Chiefs cut linebacker Justin Hillard from the practice squad to make room for Wright. Both Wright and Smith-Marsette will revert to the practice squad following the game.