Chiefs Practice Update – 11/8

From the Truman Sports Complex

Left tackle Branden Albert was added to the Chiefs injury report as he was limited in the team’s practice on Thursday.

Head coach Romeo Crennel said he was suffering from a tight back. Albert is in the middle of what has been the best season of his career, as he’s protected the blind side of Chiefs quarterback quite well in eight games. During the early part of practice, Albert did more watching than participating.

QB Brady Quinn (concussion) and DE Glenn Dorsey (calf) remain out of Monday night’s game, although Quinn was working in the position drills at the start of the workout. Dorsey was not on the field.

TE Steve Maneri (ankle) was working in practice on a limited basis.

Listed as full participants in practice were WR Devon Wylie (hamstring), RB Nate Eachus (head), LG Jeff Allen (head), RB Jamaal Charles (neck), CB Javier Arenas (head) and WR Terrance Copper (calf).

In Pittsburgh three players did not practice and will not play Monday night: SS Troy Polamalu (calf), WR Antonio Brown (ankle) and LB Stevenson Sylvester (hamstring).

Limited in practice were OT Marcus Gilbert (ankle) and RB Rashad Mendenhall (Achilles). Full participation came from RB Jonathan Dwyer (quad), RB Chris Rainey (rib) and K Shaun Suisham (left ankle).

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