Eric Berry, Sammy Watkins limited in Tuesday’s practice

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Safety Eric Berry, receiver Sammy Watkins and running back Spencer Ware were limited in practice Tuesday, a step toward returning to the field this week.

Berry (heel), Watkins (foot) and Ware (hamstring) missed the regular-season finale to get healed up.

Linebacker Dorian O'Daniel (calf, ankle) was the only player to miss practice.

Cornerback Kendall Fuller (thumb), receiver Tyreek Hill (heel), cornerback Jordan Lucas (shoulder), defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi (concussion), linebacker Reggie Ragland (hip), cornerback Charvarius Ward (shoulder) and defensive tackle Xavier Williams (back, ankle) were full participants.

9 responses to “Eric Berry, Sammy Watkins limited in Tuesday’s practice

  1. Not expecting to see Berry or Watkins active for the game. I’m also hoping they both prove me wrong.

  2. This is NOT good news for the Colts.
    Colts have 6 wins against sub .500 teams, 2 wins against a pathetic Titans team, and 1 win against a horrible Jags team.

    3 of the 4 Chiefs losses came against teams still alive in the playoffs, by a COMBINED total of 7 points.

    better not listen to these “experts” high on the Colts cause they have a string of wins against inferior competition, and beat a Texans team with a horrible QB, and was mediocre themselves.

    This is the year Arrowhead and the Chiefs get payback……bank on it. OH YEA

  3. I’m so confused as why Berry was on the active roster all season. He didn’t play but a handful of snaps in two games. Really big waste of a roster spot all year

  4. The Chiefs are 0-4 against the Colts postseason since 1994. All but one of the losses was an upset.

    And while I think the Chargers are more talented than the Patriots, there are a number of intangibles that could flip it in New England’s favor.

    Some of these intangibles were on full display when the 3rd seeded 10-6 Patriots schooled the top seeded 14-2 Chargers in San Diego in 2006, 27-24. Playoff experience. Physical conditioning. Mental toughness. Situational football. Game concept.

    Indianapolis at New England (DEFLATEGATE II) would be quite a storyline. Though no one would cry over a rubber match between San Diego and Kansas City, the two teams with the conference’s best records.

  5. Chiefs offense is only slight better than the Colts offense. The Colts defense is exponentially better than the Chiefs defense. Colts win by 10.

  6. I expect the Colts to maul the Chiefs front at will and then feed off play action.

    The Colts defense will make some stops, the Chiefs, not so much.

  7. brawlkc says:
    January 8, 2019 at 9:14 pm
    I’m so confused as why Berry was on the active roster all season. He didn’t play but a handful of snaps in two games. Really big waste of a roster spot all year
    $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

    Chiefs went 12-4 and have the #1 seed in the playoffs, and now have Berry back and ready for the playoffs.
    Yea, I guess that was a horrible waste of a roster spot. Them dumb Chiefs

  8. Colts are 1-2 against playoff caliber teams this season (Sorry the Texans were not and are not a playoff caliber team).

    Expect that record to go to 1-3. Mahomes talent is head-and-shoulders above any QB they have faced.

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