Chiefs Practice/Injury Update – 12/6

From the Truman Sports Complex

When the Chiefs practice on Thursday and Friday, they add the element of noise to the work by at various times playing music, and playing it loud. Generally, the selections are hip hop or rap, sometimes a country tune thrown in.

But for special reasons on Thursday they dusted off an oldie:

“Who Let the Dogs Out!”

It was just a reminder to the Chiefs that they were headed to a Sunday afternoon at Cleveland Stadium and the infamous Dog Pound in the east end zone. Certainly there were other ways to remind them than continuously playing one of the worst songs ever released, but it was annoying and that may have been just what Romeo Crennel was looking for on Thursday afternoon.

The Chiefs worked outside and the more seasonal conditions were helpful to preparing them for playing in December on the shores of Lake Erie. The early National Weather Service forecast for Cleveland on Sunday calls for a 60 percent chance for rain, with a high of 51 degrees.

Here’s the injury/participation report for Thursday’s practice for both teams:


DID NOT PRACTICE – CB Brandon Flowers (hamstring), S Abram Elam (quadriceps), ILB Derrick Johnson (hamstring), C Ryan Lilja (knee), SS Eric Berry (illness).

LIMITED PRACTICE – FS Kendrick Lewis (shoulder), LT Branden Albert (back), OLB Tamba Hali (knee).

FULL PRACTICE – G John Allen (illness).


LIMITED PRACTICE – WR Josh Cribbs (shoulder/chest), OL Ryan Miller (forearm).

FULL PRACTICE – TE Jordan Cameron (groin), CB Dimitri Patterson (ankle), RB Trent Richardson (chest/ribs), DL Frostee Rucker (shoulder), DB Ray Ventrone (calf), DB Usama Young (head).

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