With the AFC Championship Game just four days away, the Kansas City Chiefs are tending to a few banged-up players.
Chris Jones is still at the top of that list.
Travis Kelce is dealing with a hamstring injury and knee bruise but practiced Wednesday in a limited capacity. NFL Network's James Palmer added that today would be a slow day for the Chiefs where they install a lot before going full speed on Thursday.
Running back LeSean McCoy (illness) and quarterback Matt Moore (illness) did not practice. Cornerbacks Morris Claiborne (shoulder) and Kendall Fuller (knee) were full participants.
Here is other news we're monitoring around the league:
»Green Bay Packers right tackle Bryan Bulaga, who was active on Sunday but did not play because of an illness, was a limited participant on Wednesday during a veteran rest day.
Bulaga was joined on the injury report by the following players: receiver Geronimo Allison (illness) didn't practice while linebacker Preston Smith (ankle), defensive lineman Kenny Clark (back) and receiver Allen Lazard (ankle) were limited. Linebacker Blake Martinez (hand) and safety Adrian Amos (chest) were full participants.
» San Francisco 49ers pass rusher Dee Ford (quad/hamstring) and tight end George Kittle (ankle) did not participate in practice on Wednesday, while linebacker Kwon Alexander (pectoral) was limited and running back Tevin Coleman (elbow) and running back Raheem Mostert (calf) were full participants.
Starting cornerback Logan Ryan was the only absence at practice as he sat out with an illness.
» New Orleans Saints fullback Zach Line announced his retirement via his Instagram account on Wednesday. An undrafted rookie in 2013 who played with the Vikings his first four years, Line, 29, played the past three seasons with the Saints. He'll finish his career with 20 receptions for 161 yards, 36 carries for 114 yards and six total touchdowns.
»Seattle Seahawks defense lineman Quinton Jefferson suffered a standard Jones fracture in Sunday's playoff loss and will have surgery with Dr. Robert Anderson, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported, per a source. Pelissero added it's expected to be an eight-week recovery.