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Kansas City Chiefs Training Camp 2018: Monday injury report

LDT now enters the NFL’s concussion protocol.

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Kansas City Chiefs starting right guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif was diagnosed with a concussion on Sunday, so he has entered the NFL’s concussion protocol. Offensive lineman Andrew Wylie filled in for Duvernay-Tardif on the first team Sunday.

The Chiefs said they will keep the media updated on Duvernay-Tardif’s status moving forward.

Safety Eric Berry missed his second day of practice in a row with a sore heel.

The following players were held out of Chiefs camp Sunday morning:

  • S Eric Berry (sore heel since 8/12)
  • OL Laurent Duvernay-Tardif (concussion suffered on 8/12)
  • OL Jimmy Murray (sore knee since 8/9)
  • OL Alex Officer (knee since 8/12)
  • CB Keith Reaser (quad strain suffered on 7/29)
  • S Dan Sorensen (knee issue since 8/7)
  • RB Damien Williams (shoulder since 8/12)

Returned to practice

  • CB Makinton Dorleant (hamstring)
  • S Leon McQuay (hamstring issue since 8/6)


  • RB Charcandrick West (concussion)

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