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.