Kansas City Chiefs safety Jordan Lucas and starting running back Damien Williams both left practice early due to hamstring issues on Sunday, per the Chiefs’ public relations staff.
According to our in-house injury expert, Aaron Borgmann, recovery time depends on the severity of each hamstring issue, ranging from a few days to a week or more.
Borgmann notes this is the first Andy Reid training camp for Lucas, who the Chiefs acquired in late August last year, and the first Reid camp with starting RB reps for Williams. Reid has been known to run a more exhausting training camp than other coaches in the league.
Veteran RB Carlos Hyde and rookie RB Darwin Thompson both took first-team reps with Williams sidelined.