Chiefs coach Andy Reid said tight end Travis Kelce, who missed the Chiefs' final preseason game against the St. Louis Rams on Thursday with a slightly sprained ankle, practiced on Sunday.
“He's good, he's good to go,” Reid said.
The same cannot be said for offensive tackle Jeff Allen, who is still working his way back from an MCL sprain. Reid reiterated that Allen is not healing as quickly as Eric Fisher, who suffered a high ankle sprain around the time Fisher got hurt a few weeks ago.
“Jeff is probably a little bit behind where (Eric) Fisher was, and so, he's working through that right now,” Reid said. “He went through the 10-10-10 (practice) yesterday, but we're easing him back in to see how he does here. He's not quite as far along as where Fish was.”
Running back Charcandrick West (concussion) practiced Sunday, as did defensive tackle Rakeem Nunez-Roches (ankle sprain), Reid said.