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De'Anthony Thomas is a full participant at Chiefs first practice for 49ers week

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The Chiefs Wednesday injury report for 49ers week.

John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports

The good news is that De'Anthony Thomas was a full participant in practice for the first time this season. The Chiefs receiver / running back / return man has not played this season due to a hamstring injury. Chiefs coach Andy Reid said on Tuesday that DAT was doing well so maybe this is the week.

Meanwhile, Eric Berry did not practice. He remains out with a high ankle sprain. He injured this in the Chiefs Week 2 game in Denver so he has missed two consecutive weeks. Obviously, not practicing on Wednesday isn't a good sign for him playing this week but we'll see if he can progress as the week goes on.

If Donnie Avery can not play this weekend that could mean a little more time for AJ Jenkins, the former 49er, as the Chiefs head to San Francisco.

Here is the Chiefs full injury report:

Did not practice

Eric Berry (ankle)

Donnie Avery (groin)

Limited practice

Jamaal Charles (ankle)

Sean Smith (groin)

Tamba Hali (knee)

Full practice

Chris Owens (thumb)

De'Anthony Thomas (hamstring)

Frank Zombo (hamstring)