Charles, Flowers and Lewis return to practice for Chiefs
10/03/2013 4:50 PM
10/03/2013 6:23 PM
One day after a season-high 14 players surfaced on the Chiefs’ injury report, the news was much better on Thursday.
Three players who did not practice Wednesday — running back Jamaal Charles (toes), cornerback Brandon Flowers (knee) and safety Kendrick Lewis (ankle)— returned to the field Thursday, albeit in a limited capacity, while tight end Sean McGrath (knee), center Rodney Hudson (shin) and guard Jon Asamoah (knee) were all full participants after being limited the day before.
Tight end Travis Kelce (knee) and right tackle Eric Fisher (concussion) did not practice for the second straight day.
Punter Dustin Colquitt (knee), guard Jeff Allen (groin), tight end Anthony Fasano (ankle/knee) all practiced in a limited capacity for the second straight day.
Fullback Anthony Sherman (knee), cornerback Marcus Cooper (knee/thigh) and linebacker James-Michael Johnson (thumb) were all full participants for the second straight day.
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