DT Bennie Logan sits out practice as Chiefs gear up for Eagles

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Chiefs defensive tackle Bennie Logan did not practice Monday afternoon after suffering a knee contusion during the season opener against New England.

Kansas City Chiefs defensive tackle Bennie Logan makes a stop against the New England Patriots on Sept. 7, 2017. (Photo courtesy Chiefs PR, Chiefs.com)

Head coach Andy Reid on Monday said he did not believe Logan’s injury a long-term issue.

“Bennie Logan has got a little bit of a knee, kind of quad contusion, but there’s a pretty good chance he practices,” Reid said.

The Chiefs appear relatively unscathed injury-wise following the season’s first week. Left guard Parker Ehinger and linebacker Reggie Ragland were the only other players limited in practice. Both continue recovering from knee injuries last season and appear unlikely to play this week against Philadelphia.

Safety Ron Parker, who missed practice time last week with an ankle injury, returned to full workouts Wednesday.

Philadelphia starting cornerback Ronald Darby did not practice after suffering a dislocated ankle in the Eagles’ season opener. He’s expected to miss four to six weeks.


Practice report

Did not participate in practice: CB Ronald Darby (ankle) and DT Destiny Vaeau (wrist)
Limited participation: RB Donnel Pumphrey (hamstring)
Full participation: LB Najee Goode (forearm), DE Brandon Graham (triceps), S Corey Graham (hamstring), CB Jalen Mills (thumb) and T Jason Peters (groin)


Practice report

Did not participate in practice: DT Bennie Logan (knee)
Limited participation: LG Parker Ehinger (knee) and LB Reggie Ragland (knee)
Full participation: S Ron Parker (ankle)


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