Albert Wilson is practicing for the Kansas City Chiefs for the first time in nearly a week. Wilson went down with a calf injury on August 2nd and hasn’t practiced until Monday.
For the first time in a few days, WR Albert Wilson is on the field in a helmet.— Pete Sweeney (@pgsween) August 8, 2016
Rod Streater was the beneficiary of Wilson’s absence as he stepped in and reportedly looked good replacing him for a few days. It’ll be interesting to see if Streater’s play made any difference and if he’ll see more first team time even with Wilson back. The Chiefs first preseason game is on Saturday so it’s a good sign for Wilson playing in that game that he’s back now.
Meanwhile, Knile Davis took a monster hit from Daniel Sorensen on Sunday and was slow to get up. The Chiefs declared he had a shoulder injury and would go for an MRI. That MRI was apparently clean because Knile Davis was back at practice for the Chiefs on Monday.
Even after suffering that monster hit yesterday, Knile Davis is on the field for today's practice.— Pete Sweeney (@pgsween) August 8, 2016