KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Chiefs wide receiver Jeremy Maclin did not practice Wednesday while dealing with foot inflammation.
Maclin, who practiced fully during Tuesday’s organized team activity, is considered day-to-day, according to a Chiefs spokesman.
The news, however, isn’t good for rookie cornerback De’Vante Bausby, a native of Kansas City.
“He, unfortunately, fractured his clavicle,” head athletic trainer Rick Burkholder said after practice. “We did X-rays, CT scans, that’s been diagnosed. He’ll see Dr. (Cris) Barnthouse on Monday and we’ll decide what his course of treatment is then. But for right now for the rest of OTAs and minicamp, he’ll just be inside with me. And probably when we get to training camp, we’ll give you an update.”
Bausby, an undrafted free agent signing out of Pittsburg State, suffered the injury during team-related drills on Tuesday and left the practice field.
Inside linebacker Derrick Johnson continues to participate in warm-ups and individual position drills before leaving the field. Johnson, who has been dealing with inflammation in his right knee, hasn’t put in a full practice since May 28.
Defensive tackle Dontari Poe missed a fourth straight after suffering back spasms on June 2, while second-year wide receiver Albert Wilson missed a third straight practice since suffering a hamstring injury on June 3.
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