Eric Berry has high ankle sprain

Kansas City Chiefs Pro Bowl safety Eric Berry is dealing with a high ankle sprain, a league source told ESPN's Adam Caplan.

Berry, who suffered the injury in the Chiefs' Week 2 loss to the Broncos, missed last Sunday's victory over the Miami Dolphins with the injury. Chiefs coach Andy Reid has previously described Berry's injury as an ankle sprain.

Reid said Monday that Berry and running back Jamaal Charles, who also missed the game at Miami with a high ankle sprain, "most likely" will return to practice on Thursday when the Chiefs being preparations for their Monday night game against the New England Patriots this week.

Reid said last week that he didn't believe Berry's injury is related to the right heel tendinitis that caused him to miss preseason games.

Berry, a three-time Pro Bowler, has 15 tackles in two games this season.

Cornerback Ron Parker has subbed for Berry during the strong safety's absence.