Chiefs Practice Report/Update – January 1

From the Truman Sports Complex

The Chiefs got bad news on Wednesday with a groin injury that has sidelined starting RT Eric Fisher.

Near the end of Tuesday’s first practice of the preparation week for this Saturday’s AFC wildcard game against Indianapolis, Fisher suffered a pulled groin and was forced to leave the field. He did not practice in Wednesday’s session.

Fisher has battled shoulder problems throughout the season, but this is his first known groin injury. A clearer picture of his availability to play on Saturday will come on Thursday and whether he can return to physical activity.

Also watching Wednesday’s work was OLB Tamba Hali with his swollen knee. His status remains questionable for the game against the Colts.

Here are the injury/practice reports for both teams from the first day of 2014:


Did not practice – RT Eric Fisher (groin), OLB Tamba Hali (knee).

Full participation – LT Branden Albert (knee), WR Dwayne Bowe (concussion), OLB Justin Houston (elbow), C Eric Kush (ankle), CB Ron Parker (finger/ankle).


Did not practice – NT Aubrayo Franklin (knee), DT Fili Moala (knee).

Limited participation – WR Darius Heyward-Bey (hamstring).

Full participation – S Sergio Brown (groin), CB Darius Butler (quadriceps), CB Vontae Davis (groin), DT Ricky Jean Francois (foot), OLB Robert Mathis (non-injury related), G Mike McGlynn (elbow), DE Cory Redding (shoulder), CB Greg Toler (groin), LB Bjoern Warner (ankle).

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