Eric Bieniemy: Clyde Edwards-Helaire “looked pretty good” in return to practice

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Running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire is back on the practice field for the Chiefs and offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy gave his work a good review on Thursday

Bieniemy told reporters that Edwards-Helaire “looked pretty good” in his first practice session since being designated for return from injured reserve. Edwards-Helaire missed the last four games with a knee sprain, but still leads the team in rushing and Bieniemy said that the team has missed the all-around skills that Edwards-Helaire brings to the lineup.

“One thing with Clyde, I mean, you’re missing a dynamic football player who’s a jack of all trades,” Bieniemy said, via Herbie Teope of the Kansas City Star. “He does a great job when running the ball, does a great job out of the backfield, does a great job in pass protection. I think each and every one of those guys brings something different to the table, but that’s what we’re missing with Clyde.”

Edwards-Helaire can be activated at any point in the next three weeks and that could come soon if he continues to look good over the next couple of days.

Eric Bieniemy: Clyde Edwards-Helaire “looked pretty good” in return to practice originally appeared on Pro Football Talk