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NFL Injury Report:
Kansas City Chiefs wide receivers Dwayne Bowe (head/back)
and Jonathan Baldwin (head/neck) were among the players that were able to fully
practice yesterday, while offensive linemen Brandon Albert (back) and Ryan
Lilja (knee) didn’t participate once again.
Bowe was able to suit up for last weekend’s matchup against
the Cincinnati Bengals, but he exited to game due to injury before a pass was
thrown his way. Baldwin was ruled out for that game after sustaining his
injuries during an overtime loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers the previous week.
While Bowe and Baldwin were full participants, Offensive
lineman Jon Asamoah (thumb) and tight ends Steve Maneri (ankle) and Tony Moeaki
(shoulder/back) were limited.
Albert and Lilja, a pair of starting offensive lineman for
the Chiefs, were unable to practice for a second consecutive day Thursday.
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