Kansas City Chiefs Training Camp Injury Update

Jul 28, 2013; St. Joseph, MO, USA; Kansas City Chiefs tackle Eric Fisher (left) lines up against linebacker Darin Drakeford (66) during training camp at Missouri Western State University. Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid took the podium after today’s practice and game the media an update on some of the injuries that have occurred at training camp so far.

“Running back (Cyrus) Gray has a foot soreness, so we’re going to check that out with an MRI. Offensive lineman (Colin) Kelly hurt his knee, so he’s going to have an MRI. Then (Mike) Catapano strained a calf, and we’ll just see how he does. And listen, it was a good work today. The guys came out and busted their tails, got a lot of reps in the last three days. It’s been tremendous work. We worked the two-minute drill today, which is good work, and we did that live. All in all, I appreciate the effort by the guys. They’re working, they’re getting better, and they’re challenging each other. One play it is the defense, the next it’s the offense and as long as it’s going back and forth like that, that’s a good thing.”

Reid also touched on DBs Eric Berry and Dunta Robinson, both of whom have been dealing with hamstring injuries.

“Yeah, (Eric) Berry and Dunta (Robinson) have the same injury that they had before and they’re getting better. We had them go through their warm ups.”

Finally, star WR Dwayne Bowe was carted off the field which was alarming but the word quickly spread that it was just a server cramp.

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  • chiefridgy

    Thanks for the update

  • Caleb Wylie

    What about Commings?

    • Jim Harper

      He is on IR with a broken collar bone, therefore done for the year.

      • Justin R Groth

        I didn’t hear ir I thought 6weeks was the thought

        • Da Menace

          Your right most likely six wks but it hurts his chances of getting any playing time.

      • Stacy D. Smith

        Commings wasn’t IR’d. He can come back. Whether or not he can contribute remains to be seen, but there’s no reason to IR him at this point. 6 weeks was the high end. He could be back in 4.

      • Derek

        six to twelve is how long it will take a normal individual according to any physician…football players with top-notch treatment I say at most 8 weeks so no IR there, Mr. Harper; I thought you knew everything lol

        • Jim Harper

          Wow, you guys are on me today! Ease up First off a players conditioning has nothing to do with a bone break. Secondly I never claimed to know it all. I heard the IR thing by one of the commentators on the NFL network

    • chiefridgy

      I asked comings the other day at training camp and he said six weeks

  • Calchiefsfan

    What’s a server cramp? Just kidding. Thanks for the update Paddy!

    • chiefridgy

      Maybe that’s like when your computer freezes up LOL

    • Darkwolf1414

      I hate it when one of my servers cramps! Can’t do a damn bit of work!

  • Stacy D. Smith

    We’ve been fairly lucky so far. The worst injury was Commings’ shoulder situation and that should be resolved before the regular season starts.

  • FaAmos

    Hopefully those are all just “getting into game shape” injuries and these guys will be game day ready for week 1 and no more injuries like Sanders Commings who I was really wanting to see in camp, hopefully he’s a quick study and will be able to contribute at some point this season

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