Practice Report/Update – 11/11

From Arrowhead Stadium

It’s Todd Haley’s thought that being able to practice in the place they play helps the Chiefs.

So despite the 2-2 home record at Arrowhead Stadium this season, the Chiefs were back inside the stadium on Friday morning for their final practice of the week in preparation for Sunday’s game against Denver. They are 2-4 in their last six home games.

“I don’t know that it’s been reflected in how we’ve played, but overall from a comfort level, getting the lay of the land, the field and all those things,” Haley said. “As the year goes on with these outdoor stadiums and grass, it’s interesting each game. I think it gives us an advantage of understanding our field and what kind of shoes we want to wear and all of those things.”

All 61 players were on the field, but ILB Demorrio Williams was not participating in practice because of a groin injury. He hasn’t practiced all week. The Chiefs have declared that he won’t play on Sunday in their official injury report to the league office.

CB Javier Arenas appeared limited in what he was doing in the early part of practice because of continuing problems with an ankle injury. According to the team, he was a full participant in Wednesday’s practice, but was limited on Thursday and on Friday was again a full participant. They list him as probable.

SS Jon McGraw took a full practice turn on Friday, but the Chiefs list him as questionable because of that neck/shoulder injury.

For the Broncos, they list two players as questionable: LB Wesley Woodyard (knee) and CB Cassius Vaughn (hamstring). Listed as probable were S Brian Dawkins (thigh), TE Virgil Green (neck), FB Spencer Larsen (FB), S Rahim Moore (concussion) and RB Willis McGahee (hand).

Denver arrived in Kansas City on Friday evening and will hold a walkthrough on Saturday in the Kansas City area.

One Response to “Practice Report/Update – 11/11”

  • November 12, 2011  - rufus says:

    probably get to see 6th round pick Jerrell Powe in uni this week.

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