Kansas City Chiefs defensive tackle Khalen Saunders left Thursday night's season opener with an elbow injury. Saunders is now expected to miss about a month with said elbow injury.
Anytime you hear the words, "no fractures" and "does not need surgery" relating to an otherwise severe injury, that's good news. I'd expect the Chiefs to stick Saunders on injured reserve, as he would return after at least three weeks. Kansas City has the Los Angeles Chargers up next.
We have to celebrate the little things in 2020. Today, one of those things is that every player on the Kansas City Chiefs, the defending Super Bowl Champions, got in a full practice today.
Tight end Travis Kelce was limited in Monday's practice but participated fully today.
The Chiefs will open the 2020 NFL season against the Houston Texans this Thursday. And it seems like they'll have all hands on deck.
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