The Kansas City Chiefs saw five players miss practice with injuries on Monday and one player return.
Missing on Monday, according to Josh Looney of KCChiefs.com was Darryl Harris, Maurice Leggett, Cameron Sheffield, Ryan O'Callaghan and Tamba Hali.
Harris has been out several weeks with an injury. If he hasn't been placed on PUP then we've gotta think he'll be ready to go sometime in the first month of the season if not earlier. Leggett and Sheffield both received injuries over the last two weeks and indications are that they're both getting healthy.
O'Callaghan is an important injury to monitor. He didn't play on Friday against the Philadelphia Eagles and Barry Richardson took his spot. We're not sure where O'Callaghan stands.
Hali is a new addition to the injury report. He suffered no known injury in Friday's game. He could just be getting a veteran day off.
Returning to practice on Monday, according to Looney, was Brodie Croyle. He had been out for several weeks with an unspecified arm injury. His injury caused the Chiefs to sign Bill Stull but he's since been released accurately predicting Croyle's return.