Chiefs Practice Report – October 23

From the Truman Sports Complex

All 62 available bodies were on the practice field Wednesday when the Chiefs held their first practice of the week in preparation for Sunday’s game against Cleveland.

It’s a remarkable spot to be in with 7 games already under their belts.

“This is a rough business and injuries do take place,” said head coach Andy Reid. “We’ve been fortunate, that’s really what it is.”

There are plenty of players in the Chiefs locker room that are hurt – in fact probably 52 of those 62 have something that’s bruised or sore. All players with the exception of the 8 practice squad guys, DB Sanders Commings practicing for a second week as he tries to come off the injured-reserve list and backup quarterbacks Chase Daniel and Tyler Bray. Daniel has only been on the field to kneel down in game ending situations and Bray hasn’t been active.

Only TE Anthony Fasano and FS Kendrick Lewis were both listed as limited participants in Wednesday’s work. Five other players listed as hurt were full participants in the session.

Here are the injury/practice reports for both teams:


Limited participation – TE Anthony Fasano (knee/ankle), FS Kendrick Lewis (ankle).

Full participation – LG Jeff Allen (knee/groin), LB Derrick Johnson (wrist), LB Dezman Moses (toe), CB Ron Parker (toe), FB Anthony Sherman (knee/calf).


Did not practice – LB Quentin Groves (ankle).

Limited participation – LB Brandon Magee (oblique), DE Billy Winn (quad).

Full participation – DE Armonty Bryant (shoulder), LB Tank Carder (neck), RB Willis McGahee (knee), RB Chris Ogbonnaya (ribs), CB Christopher Owens (finger).

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