Chiefs Injury Update: Mitch Morse Returns, Travis Kelce Makes Progress

Morse missed the past three weeks with a foot injury

The Kansas City Chiefs welcomed center Mitch Morse back to practice on Thursday after missing the past three weeks of action with a foot injury.

Tight end Travis Kelce was a limited participant in practice as he advanced to the next stage of the concussion protocol. Kelce entered the protocol at halftime of last week's game against the Houston Texans.

Wide receiver Albert Wilson, who missed practice on Wednesday with a sprained knee, also returned to practice on Thursday.

Linebacker Dee Ford practiced for a second straight day after returning to action on Wednesday. Ford missed the last two weeks with a back injury.

Linebacker Justin Houston (calf), offensive guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif (knee sprain) and safety Steven Terrell (concussion) didn't practice.

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