Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Justin Houston is expected to make his season debut on Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after being activated off the PUP list earlier in the week. Despite his questionable designation due to his knee injury, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports Houston will be on the field for the Chiefs. Houston last appeared in a game November 29, 2015, against the Buffalo Bills, where he would suffer a torn ACL that has kept him out of action almost exactly 12 months. Despite playing in only 11 games, Houston was still selected to the Pro Bowl last season for the fourth consecutive season. His lone First-team All-Pro season came in one of the truly great defensive seasons of all-time in 2014. Houston finished the year with 22 sacks, coming up just a half sack short of tying Michael Strahan’s single-season record from 2001.