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Veteran linebacker Derrick Johnson (groin) and second-year wide receiver Jon Baldwin (hamstring) will be limited in the Chiefs' practice on Thursday.
Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Derrick Johnson and wide receiver Jon Baldwin will be limited in the team's practice on Thursday, according to comments made by head coach Romeo Crennel at a morning press conference.
"Derrick Johnson, he'll be out there but I don't think he's going to do much. [Jon] Baldwin, we'll see what Baldwin does. He's got a little hamstring that he felt yesterday, so we taped it up and took him off the field.
Johnson, an eight-year veteran out of Texas, has 32 tackles (25 solo) and one sack in four games for the Chiefs this season. The linebacker has battled groin issues for most of the year, but hasn't missed a start. He's currently listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens and did not practice on Wednesday.
Baldwin (hamstring) also sat out practice on Wednesday and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game. The second-year receiver has 10 catches for 148 on the 2012 campaign.
Kickoff for Sunday's game against the Ravens is scheduled for noon CT at Arrowhead Stadium and will be televised on CBS.