The Kansas City Chiefs have gotten back a few of the players that were inactive last week against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Missing last week, among others, were Jon McGraw, Kestahn Moore and Brodie Croyle.
All three have returned to practice. It's unclear what was wrong with McGraw or Moore.
Croyle had a brace on his arm last wee and didn't participate in practice so him not playing last week wasn't a surprise. The Chiefs in his absence signed another quarterback. He returned to individual drills this week and some team stuff. It appears he's on the road to recovery.
The one from that group with the toughest road ahead is Kestahn Moore, in my opinion. He was having a solid camp but missing a game when you're on the bottom of the roster can't help. Moore has some talent and he'll have a week and a half to show he belongs on the roster.