The Kansas City Chiefs returned to practice on Thursday morning after having an off day on Wednesday, and there was some good news as far as the injury report was concerned.
Offensive tackle Mike Remmers (back), linebacker Willie Gay Jr. (concussion protocol), defensive end Alex Okafor (hamstring), defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi and defensive end Taco Charlton each got some work done on a limited basis after missing time earlier this week.
In terms of who didn't participate, 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) didn't take the field.
Additionally, cornerback BoPete Keyes (dislocated finger) and defensive end Frank Clark (hamstring spasms) left practice early.
The Chiefs will travel to San Francisco on Friday before kicking off the preseason against the 49ers at 7:30 p.m. CT on Saturday night.