Chiefs Injury Update: LB Reggie Ragland Returns to Practice

Head Coach Andy Reid provided an update on the Chiefs’ injured players following practice

Linebacker Reggie Ragland was back at practice on Sunday after missing the first eight days of Training Camp with a knee injury.

Head Coach Andy Reid spoke about the third-year linebacker following practice.

"Reggie was out there and did some stuff," Reid said. "He looked pretty good doing it."

Offensive linemen Eric Fisher (shoulder) and Cam Erving (knee), who both missed practice on Saturday, were also back participating in camp, as was wide receiver Marcus Kemp (ankle).

Defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi (elbow) and safety Leon McQuay (hamstring) were partial participants in practice as both players work their way back to the field.

Rookie center Tejan Koroma, meanwhile, left practice with a knee injury.

"He hurt his knee, and that's where we're at [right now]," Reid said. "They're going to take a look at it."

Linebacker Anthony Hitchens didn't practice on Sunday with a hamstring injury, while rookie linebacker Dorian O'Daniel didn't participate with a thumb injury.

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

August 5Anthony HitchensLinebackerHamstring
August 5Tejan KoromaCenterKnee (Left Early)
August 5Tanoh KpassagnonLinebackerHeel
August 5Leon McQuaySafetyHamstring (Partial Participant)
August 5Derrick NnadiDefensive TackleElbow (Partial Participant)
August 5Dorian O'DanielLinebackerThumb
August 5Keith ReaserCornerbackQuad Strain
August 5Charcandrick WestRunning BackConcussion