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Eighth practice day: Fisher and Clark back on the field at Arrowhead

The Chiefs moved to Arrowhead Stadium for Saturday’s practice, playing in front of 2,000 season ticket members.

NFL: Kansas City Chiefs-Training Camp Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

On Saturday, the Kansas City Chiefs conducted their eighth full practice of their 2020 training camp — one of 14 they will run before the camp is complete.

But this time, the team moved the session from the practice facility across the parking lot to Arrowhead Stadium, conducting their drills and scrimmages in front of 2,000 socially-distanced season-ticket members.

The big news is that starting left tackle Eric Fisher was back on the field, along with defensive end Frank Clark. Fisher has been in concussion protocol all week — and the Chiefs said he remains in the protocol, although he is being allowed to start working. Clark had previously missed almost every full practice of training camp as he’s fought off a stomach virus.

New injuries included defensive lineman Mike Danna — said to be dealing with a calf injury — and fellow defensive lineman Demone Harris, who was held out with a back injury. Wide receiver Tyreek Hill also missed Saturday’s practice with a hamstring injury.

Other players held out of practice on Saturday included defensive end Alex Okafor (calf) and tight end Deon Yelder (groin).

Offensive lineman Martinas Rankin also missed practice. He remains on the physically-unable-to-perform list.

The Chiefs will return to their practice facility for Sunday’s session. Next Saturday, they’ll return to Arrowhead for another practice session in front of season-ticket members.

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