Jon Baldwin is expected to function as the Chiefs' No. 1 wideout in Sunday's game against the Raiders.
Dwayne Bowe (ribs) is out, Steve Breaston is in the doghouse and Dexter McCluster is strictly a slot receiver. Jamar Newsome, who spent most of his season on the practices squad, ran with the starters during Wednesday's individual drills. Baldwin has gobs of natural talent at 6'4/230 and a dream matchup, but it would take a leap of faith to consider him anything more than a WR5 with Brady Quinn under center. Quinn is averaging 133.4 passing yards per game in his five starts this season.