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Mitch Morse returns to practice for Chiefs

Kansas City Chiefs center Mitch Morse was back at practice Wednesday after suffering a concussion Nov. 29.
Kansas City Chiefs center Mitch Morse was back at practice Wednesday after suffering a concussion Nov. 29. deulitt@kcstar.com

Center Mitch Morse and defensive end Allen Bailey returned to the Chiefs’ practice field Wednesday.

Morse had taken every snap this season until suffering a concussion in the victory over the Bills on Nov. 29 and hadn’t practiced since then. Bailey (calf) had been a limited-practice participant, but both players were inactive for last week’s game at Oakland.

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Three players who had concussions — safety Husain Abdullah, defensive end Mike DeVito and wide receiver De’Anthony Thomas — missed practice.

Linebacker Justin Houston didn’t practice as he is recovering from a hyperextended knee. Tamba Hali also sat.

Offensive lineman Jeff Allen was a limited practice participant. He’s recovering from an ankle injury.

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Kansas City Star Chiefs beat reporter Terez Paylor recaps Wednesday's updates from the team's practice facility. VIDEO BY DAVID EULITT, deulitt@kcstar.com

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith spoke Wednesday about the team's offensive play-calling and whether he knows if the play will work before the snap of the ball. VIDEO BY DAVID EULITT, deulitt@kcstar.com

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