Chiefs RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire spotted at practice on Wednesday

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The Kansas City Chiefs could soon be getting some reinforcements at the running back position.

Chiefs RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire has yet to be designated to return from injured reserve after suffering an MCL sprain earlier this season, but some new evidence suggests he will be designated to return when the league’s transaction report comes out this afternoon. During the portion of practice open to the media, Edwards-Helaire was spotted getting some work in at practice.

Chiefs Digest’s Matt Derrick posted a video of him going through some drills during one of Andy Reid’s signature 10-10-10 practices.

Edwards-Helaire being spotted at practice suggests that his practice window is now open, with the Chiefs having three weeks to activate him from injured reserve. This is the first time he’ll have practiced since the first week of October. Speaking to the media on Monday, Reid suggested that it could take a few weeks for Edwards-Helaire to get right and get on the field.

“Yes. You got the initials, they don’t keep me abreast with these initials, but we’ll see how he does here this week,” Reid said of Edwards-Helaire. “He was making progress last week and did a nice job with his rehab. These next few weeks will be important for him.”

Since Edwards-Helaire does not yet count against the 53-man roster, you won’t see his name on the injury report this week. We’ll keep you posted on his progress as the practice week continues.

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