The Chiefs had three key members of the the team sit out of practice on Wednesday.
Outside linebacker Justin Houston, left tackle Branden Albert and tight end Anthony Fasano were not present for Wednesday's practice.
Houston dislocated his elbow two weeks ago and was unable to play in Sunday's loss to the Broncos.
Albert has a hyperextended knee and is being described as day-to-day by Chiefs coach Andy Reid.
Fasano is getting over a knee injury and a concussion, which is why he was unable to practice.
After starting the season 9-0, the Chiefs have lost their past three games. If they're going to get back in the win column, the Chiefs sure could use all three of these players for Sunday's meeting against the Redskins.
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