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Chiefs safety Berry leaves practice with injury

Published: Thursday, Sept. 3 2015 5:40 p.m. MDT

Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry (29) keeps Anthony Fasano (80) from catching a pass during a NFL training camp, Wednesday, July 30, 2014 on the Missouri Western State University campus in St. Joseph. Mo.   (St. Joseph News-Press, Todd Weddle, Associated Press) Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry (29) keeps Anthony Fasano (80) from catching a pass during a NFL training camp, Wednesday, July 30, 2014 on the Missouri Western State University campus in St. Joseph. Mo. (St. Joseph News-Press, Todd Weddle, Associated Press)

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — Eric Berry left Chiefs practice on Thursday after hurting his lower right leg, the second injury that the Pro Bowl safety has sustained so far in training camp.

Berry missed some time earlier with a dislocated finger.

It was unclear what happened to Berry during one of the early sessions of practice at Missouri Western. He was checked by trainers in the injury tent next to the field, then talked with other team officials on the sideline before leaving the field on a cart.

Berry was able to put weight on the leg, but was noticeably limping. Chiefs coach Andy Reid was expected to discuss the nature and severity of the injury after practice.

With Berry out, former BYU standout and undrafted rookie Daniel Sorensen is now in line for a lot more playing time.

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