Moments after I wrote a story on the Kansas City Chiefs staying healthy during training camp and pointing to guard Brian Waters as the guy that will likely miss the most time, Kent Bab of the Kansas City Star passes this along from practice this morning:
Brian Waters is finally practicing, going with the first offense.
Waters started training camp on the exercise bikes. Most were thinking he failed the conditioning test but early in camp Todd Haley disputed that letting us know that he passed.
Neither Haley nor Waters have commented on his injury.
Waters has been seen walking with his right ankle wrapped. He had a training camp injury last year that bugged him all the way through the season so it's possible it's a continuance of that injury.
It's good news that Waters is back. His backup, Darryl Harris, went down last week with some sort of injury. The Chiefs were playing with their third sting left guard in Ikechuku Ndukwe.
For the first time all year, the Kansas City Chiefs starting offensive line is at full strength.