Every single one of the Chiefs' 61 players participated in practice on Wednesday, which marks the first time that has happened this season.
The Kansas City Chiefs are relatively healthy coming out of their bye week, with all 61 players on the roster participating in practice for the first time this season. Still, six players are listed on Wednesday's injury report, including quarterback Matt Cassel and tight end Steve Maneri.
Cassel suffered a concussion in the Chiefs' 9-6 loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Oct. 7. He was replaced by Brady Quinn in Kansas City's 38-10 drubbing from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers a week later. On Monday, head coach Romeo Crennel announced that Quinn will remain as the team's starting quarterback despite Cassel's return as a full participant.
Maneri hauled in four passes for 45 yards in the loss to Tampa Bay, which was easily the most productive game of his career to date. Maneri sprained his ankle in the game, and was listed as a limited participant in Wednesday's practice.