The Chiefs began their playoff preparations without wide receiver Albert Wilson.
After a career-best game Sunday in Denver, Wilson missed practice Tuesday with a “slight hamstring” injury, Chiefs coach Andy Reid said.
Cornerback Phillip Gaines and defensive linemen Rakeem Nunez-Roches and Jarvis Jenkins did not practice Tuesday either.
Gaines suffered an elbow injury in Denver; Jenkins has swelling in his knee; and Nunez-Roches has a sore ankle, per Reid. Linebacker Tamba Hali (knee) was a limited participant. Running back Charcandrick West returned Tuesday after missing the weekend’s trip to Denver because of an illness.
Wilson had 10 catches for 147 yards in Sunday’s win against Denver. Both numbers were career-highs for Wilson, who has 554 yards and three touchdowns in 13 games this season.
Nunez-Roches has 24 tackles and half a sack this season. Jenkins has 10 tackles and one sack.
The Chiefs play host to the Titans on Saturday in an AFC Wild Card playoff game.