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Chiefs’ Wednesday injury report vs. Raiders: Fuller and Ware practice fully while Ford limited

The Chiefs are starting to get some of their key players back on the practice field.

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Each practice day, the Kansas City Chiefs will release an official injury report leading up to the next game. The Chiefs host the Oakland Raiders with an opportunity to clinch the AFC West division and the No. 1 seed in the AFC playoffs on Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium.

Here is the Chiefs’ first official injury report of the week:


Some notes

  • Trust me when I say that despite the number of names listed—11 to be exact—this is one of the better injury reports the Chiefs have released in a while.
  • Outside linebacker Dee Ford popped up on the report as limited with a knee issue, which is worth watching, but the good news is Eric Berry, Kendall Fuller and Spencer Ware all practiced fully. Berry looks to have had no setbacks as the Chiefs work him up to a full game, Fuller missed last game with a thumb injury and Ware has missed the previous two games with a hamstring injury. These are great signs to start Raiders week.
  • Chiefs head coach Andy Reid on Fuller: “He’ll practice, and we’ll just see how he does. That ends up being a day-to-day thing, but I think he feels a lot better than he probably did last week.”
  • More on Sammy Watkins’ absence here.
  • All 53 Raiders on their roster practiced in some capacity, but five players, including linebacker Gareon Conley and defensive tackle Maurice Hurst, who missed last game with a concussion and an ankle injury, respectively. Old friend and center Rodney Hudson, running back Jalen Richard and tight end Jared Cook were also limited.

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