Charles, Bowe, Berry out for practice

August, 19, 2014
Aug 19
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Running back Jamaal Charles was with the Kansas City Chiefs for Tuesday morning's walk-through but he will not participate in this afternoon's practice.

Charles bruised his foot moving out of the dormitory last week when the Chiefs broke training camp at Missouri Western State University. He did not accompany the Chiefs to Charlotte for Sunday night's preseason game against the Carolina Panthers.

Wide receiver Dwayne Bowe and safety Eric Berry were among the other players who won't practice. Bowe played against Carolina and caught five passes for 62 yards. He has what the Chiefs are calling a sore quad muscle.

Berry hasn't played in either preseason game because of what the Chiefs are calling tendinitis in his heel.

Other players who won't practice include wide receiver Junior Hemingway (hip) and linebackers Joe Mays (wrist) and Josh Martin (quad).

Adam Teicher

ESPN Kansas City Chiefs reporter



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