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Kansas City Chiefs first injury report looks good heading into Tennessee Titans week

The KC Chiefs are healthy heading into Week 1 against the Tennessee Titans.

Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Good news on the Kansas City Chiefs injury front. As in there aren't any. At least not any notable ones the Chiefs released on their first injury report of the 2014 season.

C Eric Kush did not practice with a shoulder injury. This is less concerning because he is a backup. WR AJ Jenkins was limited recently with a concussion but he practiced in full which is a strong sign he will be available to play.

Veterans S Eric Berry, DL Mike DeVito and LB Tamba Hali were injured recently but all practiced in full, which means the Chiefs are expecting them to be available.

Barring any injuries that pop up this week, the Chiefs should be healthy entering the season. LB Joe Mays was placed on short term IR earlier this week so he will not be available with LB Josh Mauga taking his spot.

On the Titans side, former Chiefs RB Jackie Battle was limited with a shoulder injury.

Did not practice

C Eric Kush (shoulder)

Full practice

WR AJ Jenkins (concussion)

S Eric Berry (heel)

DL Mike DeVito (hand)

LB Tamba Hali (knee)

WR Junior Hemingway (hip)

LB Josh Martin (quad)

DL Vance Walker (hand)

WR Albert Wilson (ankle)


For a refresher, here are the injury report definitions:

Out: Definitely will not play

Did not participate in practice: Um, did not participate in practice

Limited participation: Less than 100 percent of a player's normal reps

Full participation: 100 percent of a player's normal reps.

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