KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Chiefs have a short injury report ahead of Sunday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
“Albert Wilson has been battling a shoulder, so it’s a bit sore,” coach Andy Reid said of the second-year wide receiver after the morning walkthrough. “Other than that, we’re pretty good.”
The Chiefs took it easy on Wilson during the afternoon practice and listed him as limited on the injury report.
Wide receiver Jason Avant (knee), wide receiver Chris Conley (hip), cornerback Jamell Fleming (hip) and linebacker Josh Mauga (Achilles) are listed as full participants.
Right tackle Eric Fisher and guard Jeff Allen are no longer on the injury report after being listed the first three weeks.
Fisher returned to the starting lineup in Week 3 after battling a high-ankle sprain, while Allen returned to action after recovering from a knee injury suffered in the preseason opener.
The Bengals list eight players on the injury report, including five starters.
Starting safety George Iloka (ankle), cornerback Adam Jones (elbow) and left tackle Andrew Whitworth (not injury related) did not practice, while starting cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick (shoulder) and right tackle Andre Smith (hip) were limited.
Wednesday’s official NFL Injury Report as released by the Chiefs:
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
Limited participation: WR Albert Wilson (shoulder)
Full participation: WR Jason Avant (knee), WR Chris Conley (hip), CB Jamell Fleming (hip), LB Josh Mauga (Achilles)
Did not participate in practice: S George Iloka (ankle), CB Adam Jones (elbow), OT Andrew Whitworth (not injury related)
Limited participation: CB Leon Hall (not injury related), CB Dre Kirkpatrick (shoulder), OT Andre Smith (hip)
Full participation: DT Marcus Hardison (knee), DT Pat Sims (hip)