Practice Report/Update – 10/28

From the Truman Sports Complex

On Thursday afternoon, all hands were on deck for the start of field work for Monday night’s game against the San Diego Chargers.

FS Kendrick Lewis came out of the victory over Oakland last Sunday with an ankle injury, but he appeared to be active in practice during the open media window. The Chiefs listed Lewis as a limited participant on their injury/practice report.

With an extra day to prepare, Todd Haley used Wednesday as a day to work on the mental side of the preparation, as he put the players through a walk-through session. “We had a good mental day in the afternoon and a real good physical day in the weight room yesterday,” Haley said. “We were able to use that day in a positive manner.”

That made Thursday like a normal Wednesday for the Chiefs. They’ll practice on a normal Thursday schedule for Friday and then Saturday evening they will work inside Arrowhead Stadium under the lights.

The Chargers listed 10 players on their injury report, including five that did not practice on Thursday: DE Luis Castillo (broken leg), G Kris Dielman (concussion), WR Malcom Floyd (hip), OLB Shaun Phillips (foot) and RB Michael Tolbert (hamstring/hand). Listed as limited participants were FB Jacob Hester (foot), OL Scott Mruczkowski (neck) and LT Marcus McNeill (neck). Full participation came from TE Antonio Gates (foot) and RB Ryan Mathews (thumb).

One other note: apparently the NFL has decided that FB Le’Ron McClain will get to keep credit for the touchdown in the Oakland game that he fumbled into the end zone and was recovered by teammate Jon Asamoah. The league decided to take a second look at the play, but they apparently did not open their eyes.

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