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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles showed up for practice Thursday, albeit in a limited capacity, despite a high ankle sprain sustained last Sunday against Denver.
Charles did not participate Wednesday and there were fears that one of the game's dynamic playmakers could miss several weeks. Chiefs coach Andy Reid has not said whether there's a chance Charles will be available for Sunday's game in Miami.
Pro Bowl safety Eric Berry, who is also sidelined by a sprained ankle, remained out of practice. Rookie wide receiver De'Anthony Thomas also did not practice after returning Wednesday from a hamstring injury that has caused him to miss the first two games.
Linebacker Tamba Hali was limited in practice. He's expected to play against the Dolphins.
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