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Chiefs rookie Sanders Commings breaks collarbone

Sanders Commings' first training-camp practice in the NFL will be memorable for all the wrong reasons.

The Kansas City Chiefs rookie cornerback is out indefinitely after fracturing his left collarbone Tuesday, according to The Associated Press.

Commings wasn't wearing shoulder pads at the time of the injury, which he suffered while trying to defend a pass intended for tight end Tony Moeaki. The Chiefs can't go in full pads until their fourth practice, per the collective bargaining agreement.

Commings, a fifth-round pick in April's draft, was expected to serve in a reserve role with the Chiefs, who have Brandon Flowers, Dunta Robinson and Sean Smith locked into roles in the secondary.

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