Chiefs injury report: Hali won’t practice, but Houston and Albert will
12/24/2013 1:25 PM
05/16/2014 11:07 AM
Today's injury news represents a bit of a mixed bag for the Chiefs.
On one hand, Chiefs coach Andy Reid said outside linebacker Tamba Hali will not practice. On the other hand, outside linebacker Justin Houston and left tackle Branden Albert — who have each missed the last few games — will practice fully.
Reid said Monday that Hali is dealing with a swollen knee but should be OK “down the road.” Houston has missed the last four games with a subluxed elbow while Albert has missed the last three games with a hyperextended knee.
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