Chiefs Injury Update: Three Players Leave Practice Early

Here’s an update on the Chiefs’ injured players following Sunday’s practice

Three players left practice early on Sunday, as offensive guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif (head), tailback Damien Williams (shoulder) and defensive tackle Xavier Williams (stinger) all exited with injuries.

Safety Eric Berry didn't suit up for practice on Sunday with a sore heel, joining cornerback Makinton Dorleant (hamstring), safety Leon McQuay (hamstring), center Jimmy Murray (sore knee), offensive guard Alex Officer (knee), cornerback Keith Reaser (quad strain) and safety Daniel Sorensen (knee) as the players that didn't take the field.

Running back Charcadrick West, who has missed the last several practices, has been cleared for the last two days as a limited participant as he works his way through the concussion protocol.

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

August 12Eric BerrySafetySore Heel
August 12Makinton DorleantCornerbackHamstring
August 12Laurent Duvernay-TardifOffensive GuardHead (Left Early)
August 12Leon McQuaySafetyHamstring
August 12Jimmy MurrayCenterSore Knee
August 12Alex OfficerOffensive GuardKnee
August 12Keith ReaserCornerbackQuad Strain
August 12Daniel SorensenSafetyKnee
August 12Charcandrick WestRunning BackConcussion (Limited Practice)
August 12Damien WilliamsRunning BackShoulder (Left Early)
August 12Xavier WilliamsDefensive TackleStinger (Left Early)

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