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Chiefs DE Dorsey Looks Better, G Waters Not Fully Practicing

The Kansas City Chiefs took to the practice field in preparation for Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals

After the jump, we're talking Bowe being late, Dorsey and Waters injury updates and a banged up secondary.

Josh Looney of and Bob Gretz of are keeping us up to date.

The Chiefs practiced indoors today because of some rain in Kansas City. It's not quite freezing yet.

Bowe is back, but late

Dwayne Bowe arrived late to practice but that didn't appear to be a problem.


Bowe arrived with the team following the conclusion of stretching, though it appeared his tardiness was of no surprise to anyone in the building. He quickly jumped in line with the Chiefs receivers and was even spotted mentoring the new practice squad members a bit on route running.

Those two new receivers are Logan Payne and Chandler Williams.

Dorsey, Waters injury updates

If there was a "winner" to this category, it would be Glenn Dorsey. Looney reports he is progressing from the knee injury that kept him out of last Sunday's game quite nicely. He was also looking better as the week went on leading up to Cleveland.

Brian Waters was dressed but didn't participate in all the agility drills similar to last week.

Secondary shake up

DaJuan Morgan was unaccounted for during the portion of practice the media was allowed to attend.  Not sure what's up with that but illness and/or personal reasons are possibilities.

Brandon Flowers took "mental reps" as Looney calls it without a helmet. It's possible he's still feeling sore from the shoulder injury that sidelined him two weeks ago.

It was rookie Donald Washington who was taking practice reps at safety with Morgan's absence. Jon McGraw had been battling a hand injury so Morgan saw plenty of action last weekend. Washington hasn't seen the field much this season.

One in the rehab area

LB Justin Rogers was in the rehab area.

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