Running back Knile Davis exited Sunday’s game to be evaluated for a concussion, Chiefs coach Andy Reid said.
Davis ended the game with one carry for a loss of 2 yards and two catches for 14 yards. He also returned three kicks for 51 yards, with a long of 30.
In other injury news, rookie offensive lineman Parker Ehinger, who was the starter at left guard until he suffered a concussion prior to week two, dressed on Sunday but did not receive any offensive snaps. Third-year pro Zach Fulton got those snaps instead.
“He practiced last week,” Reid said of Ehinger, when asked when he might play again. “We’ll see how that goes.”
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Ehinger did play three snaps on special teams, as a blocker on the field-goal unit.