Chiefs Practice Report – November 22

From the Truman Sports Complex

The Chiefs worked outside Friday in cold, windy temperatures for their last practice before Sunday’s game against San Diego.

The weather conditions matched the predicted forecast for Sunday, at least as far as temperature was concerned. The practice and the game went down in temperatures in the 30s with a wind chill in the 20s.

RT Eric Fisher did not participate in any part of the open period of practice because of his shoulder injury.

But DE Tyson Jackson with his strained abdominal muscle was limited, but practiced for the first time this week. RG Jon Asamoah worked in a limited fashion as he did on Wednesday with his calf/shoulder injuries.

DE Mike DeVito was dressed and took part in some of the position drills, but was labeled as not practicing and he’s out of Sunday’s game.

On the field for practice was WR Chad Hall, who was added on Friday morning after WR Kyle Williams was placed on the injured reserve list.

“He practiced the whole practice and tweaked his knee,” said head coach Andy Reid. “He never missed a play, but afterwards it turns out he partially tore the same ACL that he worked his tail off to get back. He’s going to have to get that fixed (surgery).”

Full injury report is coming.

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