The Chiefs have ruled out running Clyde Edwards-Helaire for a third consecutive week with a shoulder contusion. Edwards-Helaire missed the team’s divisional round game against the Browns last season with ankle and hip injuries but returned to play the AFC Championship Game and Super Bowl.
Edwards-Helaire didn’t practice Friday, the only player who didn’t get in at least some limited work.
“Yeah, well, I think so,” coach Andy Reid said Friday, via Charles Goldman of USA Today. “Unless something happens.”
Hill hurt his right foot while leaping for a pass before pregame warmups last week. He played only 14 snaps and caught one pass for 2 yards.