The following players were not on the field for the Kansas City Chiefs’ first full training camp practice on Thursday afternoon:
Looks like WRs Josh Crockett and Elijah Marks, LB Reggie Ragland, and DBs Ashton Lampkin and Armani Watts won’t practice today. Haven’t seen Marks. The rest on side.— Arrowhead Pride (@ArrowheadPride) July 26, 2018
“I’ll start with Reggie Ragland,” Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said after practice. “Reggie, we put on NFI (non-football injury list). His knee puffed up when he flew here. It was that simple. He’s had a great workout. He’s in great shape, and we’re just going to let it calm down. Precautionary measure. Let it calm down and he’ll get back out here. I don’t think it’s anything to get crazy about.”
There is no timetable at the moment for Ragland.
“We’ll just see how it works here,” Reid added. “Could be a few days. Could be a week—two weeks, who knows? We’ll see. When it calms down, he’ll be back out there.”
The Chiefs had 2017 fifth-rounder Ukeme Eligwe in the lineup in Ragland’s absence.
Reid’s additional notes:
- WR Josh Crockett - sick
- CB Ashton Lampkin - still rehabbing ACL
- S Armani Watts - ankle strain
Not mentioned but absent
- WR Elijah Marks - undisclosed