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Injury Report: Here's Who Didn't Practice on Monday | Chiefs Training Camp 2021

Here’s a look at who didn’t take the field for the Chiefs on Monday

The Kansas City Chiefs returned to practice on Monday morning following Saturday's preseason victory over San Francisco as training camp continued up in St. Joseph.

In terms of who didn't participate, linebacker Riley Cole (ankle sprain) and tailback Elijah McGuire (ankle sprain) – who each sustained injuries on Saturday – joined wide receiver Antonio Callaway (bone bruise), offensive guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif (hand), tight end Evan Baylis (ankle), defensive end Malik Herring (knee) and offensive lineman Kyle Long (leg) as those who didn't take the field.

Linebacker Darius Harris (finger) and wide receiver Marcus Kemp (shoulder), who also exited Saturday's game with injuries, each participated in practice on Monday. Additionally, offensive tackle Mike Remmers (back), linebacker Willie Gay Jr. (concussion protocol), defensive end Alex Okafor (hamstring), defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi (hip) and defensive end Taco Charlton – all of whom didn't play against San Francisco – each took the field on Monday morning.

The Chiefs will return to practice on Tuesday morning at 9:15 a.m. CT for another day of camp.

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