The Kansas City Chiefs returned to practice on Monday morning for another day of training camp as the team continued their preparation for the upcoming season.
Among those who participated in Monday's session was tight end Travis Kelce, who missed some time last week with hip and back tightness but returned in a limited role on Saturday and was back out there making plays on Monday.
Additionally, safety Armani Watts (foot) returned to practice and linebacker Anthony Hitchens (hamstring), who missed some time last week, was back on the field in a limited capacity.
In terms of who didn't participate on Monday, linebacker Ben Niemann (hamstring), offensive tackle Mike Remmers (back spasms), tight end Nick Keizer (back), tailback Darwin Thompson (COVID protocols), defensive end Malik Herring (knee) and offensive lineman Kyle Long (leg) were among those who didn't practice.
Safety Juan Thornhill (groin), wide receiver Chad Williams (groin) and tight end Evan Baylis (ankle) sustained injuries during the practice period.
The Chiefs will return to the field on Tuesday at 9:15 am CT for another day of practice.