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Chiefs safety Berry leaves practice with injury


Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry (29) keeps tight end Anthony Fasano from catching a pass during training camp on Wednesday, on the Missouri Western State University campus in St. Joseph. Mo.

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ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — Eric Berry made the first trip to the injury tent. Marcus Cooper followed soon afterward.
David and DeMarcus Van Dyke, a pair of cousins trying to earn jobs in the Chiefs defensive backfield, were already milling around it. And missing from the scene entirely was safety Sanders Commings, who was headed for surgery on a broken bone in his right foot.
Apparently, Chiefs defensive backs deserve hazard pay these days.
The biggest cause for concern was Berry, their Pro Bowl safety, who hurt himself during a drill early in Thursday’s workout. He was checked by trainers ...

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