Wednesday, July 30, 2014
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP) -- Oft-injured Chiefs safety Sanders Commings was carted off the practice field Wednesday after getting juked to the ground by running back Jamaal Charles and hurting his right ankle.
Commings broke his collarbone in his first practice as a rookie and was finally getting up to speed. He was trying to tackle Charles in the open field when he whiffed, turning his ankle in such a way that he was unable to put any weight on it.
Commings was in a heated competition for a backup job, and the Chiefs hoped he would push veteran Husain Abdullah for the free safety spot that opened when Kendrick Lewis departed.
Meanwhile, right tackle Donald Stephenson returned to practice after missing Monday's workout with a left ankle injury. The Chiefs had Tuesday off.
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