Chiefs receiver Albert Wilson appears to be making progress in his recovery from a hamstring injury. He was a full participant in practice Thursday after being limited on Wednesday.
This marks the first time in nearly a month Wilson, who has missed the Chiefs’ last two games, has been a full participant. The last time was Oct. 28, the Chiefs’ final practice before their 29-19 win over Denver.
Two other key players who missed the Chiefs’ 12-9 loss to the New York Giants on Sunday due to injury –– defensive end Allen Bailey (knee) and outside linebacker Tamba Hali (knee) — were limited for the second straight day.
Outside linebacker Dee Ford, who also missed Sunday’s game with a back injury, and inside linebacker Terrance Smith, who suffered a concussion in the Giants loss, both missed practice for the second straight day.
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Five other Chiefs were listed on the injury report but were full participants for the second straight day: receiver Tyreek Hill (glute), defensive tackle Bennie Logan (knee), cornerback Kenneth Acker (elbow), tight end Ross Travis (ankle) and defensive lineman Jarvis Jenkins (shoulder).
Buffalo injury report
Two Bills starters –– receiver Kelvin Benjamin (knee) and offensive tackle Cordy Glenn (foot/ankle) — missed practice for the second straight day.
A handful of other starters were limited for the second straight day, including tight end Charles Clay (knee), kicker Stephen Hauschka (hip) and receiver Jordan Matthews (knee). Receiver Deonte Thompson (ankle) was also limited for the second straight day.
Guard John Miller (ankle) did not practice for the second straight day. Fullback Mike Tolbert (hamstring) did not practice after being limited on Wednesday.
Tackle Dion Dawkins (illness) returned to practice after sitting Wednesday.
Safety Micah Hyde (knee) and receiver Andre Holmes (ankle) were full participants for the second straight day.
The Chiefs released defensive tackle Cam Thomas to make room for the signing of Darrelle Revis.
Thomas, 30, was signed last week following the release of nose tackle Roy Miller. Thomas recorded a tackle in 15 snaps in the Chiefs’ 12-9 loss to the New York Giants on Sunday.