Monday's Chiefs practice report

September, 16, 2013
9/16/13
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Chiefs had three starters who didn't practice Monday as they began their short week of preparation for Thursday night's game against the Eagles in Philadelphia.

Left tackle Branden Albert has an AC sprain in his shoulder, but coach Andy Reid said Albert would most likely be ready to play in Philadelphia. Other starters who missed practice were cornerback Brandon Flowers (knee) and tight end Anthony Fasano (ankle).

A fourth starter, defensive end Mike DeVito, was listed as a limited practice participant on the injury report because of a sore neck.

Four other players were on the injury report. Tight end Travis Kelce (knee) and linebacker James-Michael Johnson (neck) did not practice. Linebackers Nico Johnson (ankle) and Dezman Moses (toe) were listed as full practice participants.

Nickelback Dunta Robinson, who missed Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys to tend to a family matter, returned to practice and will play in Philadelphia.

Adam Teicher

ESPN Kansas City Chiefs reporter

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