On Tuesday, the Kansas City Chiefs had their 12th full-team practice of training camp at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph. It was an unpadded 10-10-10 practice — a cycle in which the offense runs 10 plays, the defense runs 10 plays and there is 10 minutes of special-teams work.
According to a report from the Kansas City Star’s Herbie Teope, two players who missed practice time on Monday — running back Darrel Williams and rookie defensive end Joshua Kaindoh — were back on the field. So was the team’s other Williams — center Darryl Williams — who has been on the team’s Reserve/COVID list since the weekend.
Willie Gay Jr. (concussion protocol), Kyle Long (knee), Evan Baylis (ankle), Mike Remmers (back), Laurent Duvernay-Tardif (hand), Alex Okafor (hamstring), Malik Herring (knee) not working.— Herbie Teope (@HerbieTeope) August 10, 2021
Today marks the ninth straight practice Remmers isn’t working.
But linebacker Willie Gay Jr. remained in the concussion protocol. He appeared on the field with a helmet, but did not participate in the practice. Offensive lineman Mike Remmers (back), tight end Evan Baylis (ankle), guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif (hand) and defensive end Alex Okafor (hamstring) all missed another day of practice reps.
Also missing practice: offensive lineman Kyle Long (knee) and linebacker Malik Herring (knee), both of whom remain on the team’s injured lists.
No new injuries were reported during the practice session.