Last week during media availability, Kansas City Chiefs’ head coach Andy Reid shared the news that center Mitch Morse, receiver De’Anthony Thomas, and running back Spencer Ware, who were all coming off injuries suffered last year, weren’t yet participating during OTAs.
And then on Thursday, Reid mentioned that there were a couple of more names added to that list of guys not practicing right now, including the NFL’s reigning rushing leader Kareem Hunt.
Reid said Hunt is dealing with a hamstring strain but added that he doesn’t believe it’s anything serious. He also mentioned that undrafted free agent receiver Byron Pringle out of Kansas State isn’t practicing due to a calf strain.
Reid concluded by saying that linebacker Dee Ford, who missed most of last year with a back injury, is coming along in his rehab and is now working in individual periods, but not the team portions of practice.