Chiefs injury, absence updates from Day 3 of training camp

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The Kansas City Chiefs held their third full training camp practice of the year on Friday at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph, Missouri.

Franchise-tagged LT Orlando Brown Jr. still hasn’t reported to training camp, and at this point, it seems like we shouldn’t expect him until later in August. As far as the active/PUP list is concerned, CB Rashad Fenton, RT Lucas Niang and OL Prince Tega Wanogho all remain on the list and absent from team practice. A few of them have been spotted with training staff in the training tent at times during practice. Steve Spagnuolo confirmed on Thursday that he has pulled Fenton onto the practice field behind the defense so that he can get “mental reps.”

As for new Chiefs DE Carlos Dunlap, he’s been excused from practice by the team. CBS Sports reporter Josina Anderson mentioned that Dunlap had an accelerated timeline on his visit to Kansas City in order to lay his father to his final resting place. Here is what Andy Reid said about his absence.

“Carlos won’t be here until next Wednesday,” Reid said.”He’s got some things that he’s got to take care of before he gets up here. He’ll work into the mix at the defensive end position. It’s a nice addition. He’s been doing this for a while and he can obviously still roll. We look forward to getting him into the mix there and getting him going.”

There were no new injuries to report during the course of practice, which is always a good thing. Justin Reid, who briefly left practice on Thursday, was back in with the first team at the onset of practice on Friday.

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Story originally appeared on Chiefs Wire