The Kansas City Chiefs have wrapped up their first seven days of training camp with a two-hour Thursday afternoon practice.
Injuries were the name of the game during today's practice. I wasn't able to attend the session but I've got a few updates.
Daryl Harris went down with some sort of injury. He was replaced by Ikechuku Ndukwe. With Brian Waters still not participating, that's the third string left guard.
Thomas Jones returned to practice after missing his first one on Wednesday night.
Wallace Gilberry joined Waters in the rehab zone with his right leg wrapped. No word on that injury.
Kent Babb of the Kansas City Star was on 610 Sports with Nick Wright this afternoon talking about Brandon Carr. Babb said Carr was again having a rough practice at times this afternoon.
"He's easily the number two starting cornerback but, right now, he doesn't look like a starter," Babb said. He suggested that Maurice Leggett is the closest to Carr but he doesn't expect him to seriously push for the job. Even though it's a rough spot, it's Carr's to lose still.
And, as usual, Dexter McCluster was a big part of the day. Babb said McCluster lined up against Leggett at one point and, with one quick move, put Leggett off balance and unable to make the play.
Josh Looney of KCChiefs.com also said McCluster continued to make big plays and questioned if he was human.