Chiefs injury, absence updates from second day of mandatory minicamp

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The Kansas City Chiefs continued their three-day mandatory minicamp on Wednesday with their second practice session.

Several players were still absent from practice on Wednesday, including LT Orlando Brown Jr., DE Frank Clark, WR Justyn Ross, CB Rashad Fenton, TE Blake Bell and DE Malik Herring. Chiefs PR confirmed that Clark had been excused from the first two days of practice, but he was the only player that the team provided official word on. They’re not required to provide official injury updates this time of year.

According to several reporters in attendance, rookie CBs Trent McDuffie and Joshua Williams, who both left minicamp on Tuesday with trainers, were not on the field for Wednesday’s practice. Williams was spotted on the sidelines at practice, but McDuffie was not in attendance at all.

OT Prince Tega Wanogho was also among those absent from practice on Wednesday. OT Lucas Niang continued his rehab work for his patellar tendon injury from last season.

During the course of practice, ESPN’s Adam Teicher noted that WR Josh Gordon exited practice early accompanied by members of the training staff.

With these new absences, along with the prior ones, the Chiefs are pretty thin at the tackle and cornerback positions. Thankfully, there is only one practice session remaining.

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