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Chiefs running back Knile Davis left game for concussion evaluation

Running backs Knile Davis (left) and Jamaal Charles were both on the field during training camp, even though Charles’ participation was limited coming off knee surgery. Charles returned to game action in Sunday’s game, but Davis had to exit the game to be evaluated for a concussion.
Running backs Knile Davis (left) and Jamaal Charles were both on the field during training camp, even though Charles’ participation was limited coming off knee surgery. Charles returned to game action in Sunday’s game, but Davis had to exit the game to be evaluated for a concussion. skeyser@kcstar.com

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.”

Ehinger did play three snaps on special teams, as a blocker on the field-goal unit.

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