The Kansas City Chiefs hit the field for another day of practice up in St. Joseph on Thursday morning as the team continued their preparation for the upcoming campaign.
There was some good news on the injury front on Thursday, as wide receiver Tyreek Hill and safety Juan Thornhill both returned to practice after missing time earlier this week.
In terms of who didn't participate on Thursday, defensive end Alex Okafor (hamstring), linebacker Willie Gay Jr. (concussion protocol), cornerback DeAndre Baker (rest), tight end Evan Baylis (ankle), wide receiver Chad Williams (groin strain), offensive tackle Mike Remmers (back spasms), defensive end Malik Herring (knee) and offensive lineman Kyle Long (leg) didn't take the field.
Additionally, wide receiver Antonio Callaway left practice early due to a knee injury.
"Antonio tweaked his knee," said Head Coach Andy Reid following practice. "They're going to check it out here when we get off the field."
The Chiefs will return to the field on Friday at 9:15 am CT for another day of practice.