Kansas City Chiefs left guard Joe Thuney and running back Isiah Pacheco each missed practice Thursday due to their injuries.
Thuney is dealing with a pectoral injury and Pacheco has ankle and toe injuries.
Thuney, a Pro Bowl selection for the second straight season, is highly unlikely to be available for Sunday’s AFC Championship Game against the Baltimore Ravens.
Pacheco insisted Wednesday that he will be on the field Sunday. He led the Chiefs with 935 rushing yards in the regular season and added 97 more in last Sunday’s 27-24 divisional round victory over the Buffalo Bills.
Defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi (triceps) and receiver Skyy Moore (knee) also missed Thursday’s practice. Moore remains on injured reserve.
Safety Mike Edwards (concussion) returned to the field on a limited basis. He was injured against the Bills.
“We’ll ease him back in and see how he’s doing,” Reid said of Edwards.
Ravens cornerback Rock Ya-Sin (knee) missed practice. Returner/receiver Tylan Wallace (knee) was a limited participant after sitting out Wednesday.
Baltimore tight end Mark Andrews (ankle) was a full practice participant for the second straight day. Andrews, who is on injured reserve, was hurt on Nov. 16 against the Cincinnati Bengals.