Here’s a way to brighten your Sunday, Chiefs fans.

Left tackle Eric Fisher returned to practice Saturday. According to Arrowhead Addict, Fisher missed a week of practice after being listed on the team’s concussion protocol.

Fisher will remain in the concussion protocol and stay limited in practice. The 29-year old left tackle is looking for redemption after he missed eight games in 2019 due to a groin injury.

Veteran tackle Mike Remmers has been taking first-team reps while Fisher recovered last week.


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Thornhill Cleared to Practice after ACL injury

Juan Thornhill is back as well.

What started as an impressive rookie campaign for cornerback Juan Thornhill ended in sadness when he sustained a torn ACL last year against the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 17.

While the Chiefs were pulling off an amazing postseason run and capped it off with their first Super Bowl win since 1970. Thornhill was working his way back to the field.

He has already impressed one important Chief. Tyrann Mathieu.

According to Matt Conner of Arrowhead Addict, Mathieu said, “In my opinion, he looks smooth. I’ve been through two ACLs, so I know there’s going to be some growing pains there, but to say he’s eight-months post-op, he looks pretty good. He looks like a natural defensive back.”

Thornhill had three interceptions (including a TD) and 42 tackles in 2019.

Vegas Loves the Chiefs for a Super Bowl Repeat

According to Fan Duel, The Chiefs are +650 to repeat as champions. No team has better odds to win Super Bowl 55, though the Ravens are co-favorites with the same odds.

 

 

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