Chiefs Update – 12/28

From the Truman Sports Complex

The Chiefs pre-practice injury report grew to 17 names on Friday as the flu bug continued to work its way through the locker room.

FS Kendrick Lewis and WR Dexter McCluster were sent home on Friday because of the illness. So was OLB Tamba Hali, who missed Wednesday, but returned on Thursday. OT Donald Stephenson is back in the building after missing two days of work, but he was not scheduled to practice on Friday.

In fact there were seven players that were not scheduled to participate in the last practice of the week: Lewis, McCluster, Hali, Stephenson, WR Terrance Copper (knee), LT Branden Albert (back) and WR/DB Josh Bellamy (ankle).

Expected to be limited in their participation were C Ryan Lilja (back), DE Tyson Jackson (toe) and TE Tony Moeaki (concussion).

Those down to fully participate were RB Jamaal Charles (illness), LB Corey Greenwood (illness), G Russ Hochstein (back), S Abram Elam (quadriceps), G Rich Ranglin (knee), SS Eric Berry (hand) and RG Jon Asamoah (thumb).

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