KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Safety Eric Berry, who hasn’t played since suffering a high ankle sprain in last month’s game against the Denver Broncos, was scheduled to practice again Wednesday for the Kansas City Chiefs. Berry practiced with the Chiefs on Monday for the first time since the injury.
Coach Andy Reid did not speculate on the three-time Pro Bowl safety's availability for Sunday’s game against the Chargers in San Diego.
“He went through Monday’s practice," Reid said Wednesday. “He felt good. He’s going to go through today’s [practice]. We’ll see how he does. He came back and felt good. I’m pretty good with him for today, and we’ll see how it goes."
The Chiefs have ruled out starting wide receiver Donnie Avery for Sunday’s game. He recently had surgery to repair a sports hernia.