The Kansas City Chiefs escaped Monday's overtime loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers relatively unscathed, with only three players missing practice on Wednesday.
Wide receiver Jon Baldwin did not practice with the team due to a head and neck injury suffered in the Steelers loss. Coach Romeo Crennel stated during his press conference that Baldwin will undergo further testing and will be evaluated on Thursday.
Baldwin has 16 receptions for 224 yards in his second season with the Chiefs.
Tight end Jake O'Connell missed practice with a high ankle sprain and could be out up to six weeks, while offensive lineman Jon Asamoah was out with a hand injury.
Limited in practice on Wednesday were receiver Dwayne Bowe (thigh), tight end Steve Maneri (ankle) and nose tackle Dontari Poe (knee). Quarterback Brady Quinn (head) was listed as having full participation with the team.
The Chiefs face the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday at 12 p.m. CT.