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Chiefs training camp injury report: Chris Conley remains out

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The Kansas City Chiefs have a handful of players who are injured heading into this week's set of practices. Some are fairly serious that will take time to repair (see: Dontari Poe) while others appear to be minor injuries that might just cost the player a few days.

The two injuries that are bugging me right now are DL David Irving and WR Chris Conley. Irving is a UDFA who I thought had a shot at competing for a roster spot. I'm hoping his injury is just a small one where he can get back out there soon. If a UDFA is missing more than just a few days with an injury, it's tough to make the team. Then there's Conley, who was a third round pick and the who the Chiefs have high hopes for. He left the first day of practice and hasn't been back.

QB Tyler Bray continues in his rehab. He had surgery on his ACL in January so he's probably pretty close to being able to participate in camp. It's still very difficult to see how he can make the team (absent the Chiefs keeping four quarterbacks).

Then there's Demetrius Harris. The Chiefs seemed hopeful he would be ready for camp earlier this summer but he's obviously not. If he misses a significant portion of camp you have to wonder if he makes the team. We were under the assumption he would but a young guy with little experience injured for most of camp? They don't always make the team. Let's wait and see where he's at when he gets healthy and on the field.

Here's our post on Poe's recovery. Find the rest of the injuries below.

WR Junior Hemingway: hip sprain

DL David Irving: lower back spasms

WR Chris Conley: Knee strain

LB James-Michael Johnson: calf strain (NFI)

QB Tyler Bray: ACL (NFI)

TE Demetrius Harris: knee surgery (PUP)

DT Dontari Poe: back surgery (PUP)

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