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Kansas City Chiefs' De'Anthony Thomas, Jeff Allen do not practice to kick off Denver Broncos week

The KC Chiefs had three notable names on the Wednesday injury report.

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The Kansas City Chiefs released their first injury report for Denver Broncos week. We'll see two more injury reports after this on Thursday and Friday.

The notable names on here are Jeff Allen, De'Anthony Thomas and Tamba Hali.

Allen was hurt in the Chiefs Week 1 game against the Tennessee Titans. He has been lining up at right tackle while Mike McGlynn was at Allen's previous spot at left guard. Ryan Harris would presumably be the next man up at right tackle if Allen is unable to go.

DAT continues to deal with a hamstring injury. He missed Thursday and Friday's practices last week and did not play in last Sunday's game. Andy Reid recently said "it would be a fight" for DAT to be ready to play on Sunday against the Broncos.

Hali is listed with both ankle and knee injuries. He first landed on the injury report during the week leading up to the final preseason game but he did play in Week 1. Chiefs fans should hope this is just a veteran getting a little time off.

Here's the full injury report:

Did not practice

G / T Jeff Allen (elbow)

RB / WR De'Anthony Thomas (hamstring)

Limited practice

LB Tamba Hali (ankle / knee)

Full practice

S Husain Abdullah (quad)

S Eric Berry (heel / quad)

WR Frankie Hammond Jr. (shoulder)

WR Dwayne Bowe (quad)

CB Marcus Cooper (ankle)

WR Junior Hemingway (hip)

C Eric Kush (shoulder)

LB Josh Martin (quad)

WR Albert Wilson (ankle)

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