The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Kansas City Chiefs practiced for the first time this week. Here’s what the initial injury report shows:
Two Chiefs players did not participate in practice on Wednesday — offensive tackle Eric Fisher was listed as having an achilles injury and linebacker Willie Gay was listed with a knee and ankle injury.
Chiefs running back Le’Veon Bell and wide receiver Sammy Watkins were limited in practice on Wednesday. Bell is listed with a knee injury, while Watkins is listed as having a calf injury.
Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes was able to fully participate in practice despite his toe injury being listed among the report. Running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire, listed with an ankle and hip injury, and cornerback Rashad Fenton, listed with a foot injury, also were back in full participation on Wednesday.
Offensive linemen Andrew Wylie, previously limited due to his ankle, and Mike Remmers, previously limited due to his groin, were back in full participation on Wednesday. Cornerback L’Jarius Sneed, who was in concussion protocol, was able to fully participate in Wednesday’s practice.
One Bucs player did not participate in practice on Wednesday — outside linebacker Jason Pierre-Paul sat out due to his knee.
Bucs wide receiver Antonio Brown and linebacker Lavonte David were limited due to a knee injury and a hamstring injury, respectively.
Tampa Bay safety Antonie Winfield Jr. was limited in practice due to his ankle, and safety Jordan Whitehead was listed as limited due to his shoulder, the injury report shows.
Wide receivers Mike Evans, previously limited due to a knee injury, and Chris Godwin, previously limited due to an elbow injury, were listed in Wednesday’s injury report as having full participation.