Chiefs Injury Update: OG Parker Ehinger Returns From PUP List

Ehinger returned to practice on Monday after tearing his ACL last October

The Chiefs offensive line added some depth on Monday afternoon as offensive guard Parker Ehinger returned from the Physically Unable to Perform List (PUP). Ehinger tore his ACL last October and missed the remainder of the season.

Kansas City's fourth-round pick in the 2016 Draft out of the University of Cincinnati, Ehinger played in five games for the Chiefs last season, starting in four of them at left guard.

Wide receiver Seantavius Jones, who caught a touchdown in Saturday's game at Cincinnati, didn't practice on Monday with a shoulder injury. Defensive backs Terrance Mitchell (hamstring strain), Jacoby Glenn (concussion) and J.R. Nelson (heel) also didn't practice.

Linebackers Tamba Hali (knee) and Dadi Nicolas (knee) both remain on the PUP list and did not practice.  

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