The Kansas City Chiefs were down to 10 offensive linemen in Sunday's training camp practice.
Then there's Barry Richardson. He went down in Friday's game against Atlanta and didn't practice Sunday.
Richardson's injury may not seem like much, backup offensive tackle and all. But it appears he's going to be the primary swing tackle meaning he can play both sides. If a guy goes down, there's a good bet it's going to be Richardson who steps up in his place.
He plays a very important, if unrecognized role on the team. With no other viable swing tackles, it would seem that Richardson has a very good shot of making the team.
Still though in the grand scheme of things, the Chiefs are a pretty healthy team. The injuries we're talking about are reserves.