Kansas City Chiefs Injuries
A total of eight players missed Kansas City’s Tuesday practice session in St. Joseph.
Kansas City took two players off its roster to make room for two more — one of them a Kansas City native.
When can we expect to see these injured Chiefs players make their returns to the field?
A total of five players missed Kansas City’s Friday’s practice session in St. Joseph.
Kansas City has chosen to move on from undrafted free agent Isaiah Moore.
On Monday, Kansas City’s GM spoke with ESPN’s Adam Teicher.
A total of five players missed Kansas City’s Tuesday’s session in St. Joseph.
A total of five players missed Kansas City’s Monday’s session in St. Joseph.
Kansas City’s wide receiver has overcome three surgeries — one from what could have been a career-ending injury.
A total of five players missed Kansas City’s Saturday session in St. Joseph.
A total of eight players missed Kansas City’s Friday session in St. Joseph.
Three new players missed Kansas City’s Thursday session at training camp.
Two Kansas City players returned, but five others missed Wednesday morning’s training camp practice.
A total of six Kansas City players missed Monday morning’s training camp practice session.
Kansas City cornerback L’Jarius Sneed and linebacker Drue Tranquill were back to work on Day 7 of training camp.
Kansas City’s placekicker has been working with a biomechanist after an ankle injury plagued him last season.
The Kansas City cornerback (and running back Clye Edwards-Helaire) were unexpectedly absent.
The Kansas City linebacker was ill on Wednesday.
Nick Bolton, Isaiah Moore and John Ross were added to the list of missing players on Wednesday.
Chris Jones, Kadarius Toney and Tershawn Wharton all missed another practice.
Even after a championship season, Kansas City’s second-year cornerback still wants more.
Kansas City got one player back on Monday, but was still missing three significant contributors.
Kansas City began training camp on Sunday without a total of four players.
As training camp begins, two Kansas City players have significant injuries.
Kansas City’s running back and defensive tackle are working back from injuries.
The defensive tackle will start training camp on the PUP list. The running back’s status remains up in the air.
The quarterback believes he has his confidence back in the ankle, but Kansas City’s athletic training staff will test it as camp begins.
This season, Kansas City’s speedy wideout will need to remain pretty free of injuries.
The head coach spoke to media members following the conclusion of mandatory minicamp on Thursday.
Jones is entering the final season of a four-year contract.
Head coach Andy Reid confirmed rookie defensive end Felix Anudike-Uzomah