KC Chiefs injury report: Tyreek Hill, Clyde Edwards-Helaire return to practice


The open portion of Wednesday’s practice revealed interesting information for the Chiefs.

The Kansas City Chiefs were back at practice on Wednesday as they look ahead at their divisional matchup with the Cleveland Browns on Sunday afternoon. The Chiefs opened up their practice to members of the media which offers a glimpse into what we may see on Sunday.

In open portion of today’s practice (no pads), Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Tyreek Hill, Mike Remmers, Eric Fisher, Anthony Hitchens, Ben Niemann & Dorian O’Daniel we’re all on the practice fields.

No Sammy Watkins, Willie Gay & Mitchell Schwartz.

I didn’t see Rashad Fenton.

— Nate Taylor (@ByNateTaylor) January 13, 2021

Running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire has been out with a high ankle sprain and hip injury he sustained in Week 15’s matchup against the New Orleans Saints. It appears that he has progressed well and the backfield may be getting its best player back. On top of that, Tyreek Hill, dealing with a hamstring injury for the latter part of the season, looks to be healthy. The offensive line, which has been makeshift to say the least, looks healthy, too. Finally, the linebacking core does seem to be getting some depth back.

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