Chiefs Injury Update: LB Anthony Hitchens Doesn't Practice

Here’s an update on Hitchens and the rest of the Chiefs’ injured players

Linebacker Anthony Hitchens didn't participate in practice on Saturday due to a hamstring injury.

Defensive Coordinator Bob Sutton, who spoke with the media following practice, said that Hitchens is being evaluated by the athletic training staff but indicated that he wasn't concerned.

Offensive linemen Cam Erving (knee) and Eric Fisher (shoulder), who each left the Chiefs' last practice early with injuries, also didn't practice on Saturday.

Linebacker Tanoh Kpassagnon (heel) and cornerback Keith Reaser (quad) were both partial participants in practice while safety Leon McQuay left early with a hamstring injury.

Here's a look at all of the guys that didn't practice on Saturday.

August 4Cam ErvingOffensive LinemanKnee
August 4Eric FisherOffensive LinemanShoulder
August 4Anthony HitchensLinebackerHamstring
August 4Tanoh KpassagnonLinebackerHeel (Partial Practice)
August 4Marcus KempWide ReceiverAnkle
August 4Leon McQuaySafetyHamstring (Left Early)
August 4Derrick NnadiDefensive TackleElbow
August 4Reggie RaglandLinebackerKnee
August 4Keith ReaserCornerbackQuad Strain (Partial Practice)
August 4Charcandrick WestRunning BackConcussion

And for reference, an injury update from each day of camp is listed below.