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Post-Draft Outlook:BEST PICK: Safety Eric Berry: Considered one of the top players in this year's draft, Berry also fit a position of need for the Chiefs. He should start immediately and make a difference on the back end of the KC defense.
A closer look at the Chiefs' picks: Round 1/5 -- Eric Berry, S, 6-0, 211, Tennessee, Physically gifted and mature player who can step into any position in the secondary; his '09 season with defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin advanced his understanding of defensive schemes. - by The Sports Xchange
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10/20/14 - SS Eric Berry will attempt to practice again and hopes to stay on the field this week for preparations to face St. Louis on Sunday. Berry sprained a ankle Sept. 14 in Denver and missed the next four games. He practiced last Wednesday but did not return to the field for the Chiefs' final practices of the week. "We eased him back in there a little bit last week," coach Andy Reid said. "We'll gradually try to give him more and see how that works out for him."
10/16/14 - SS Eric Berry did not participate in practice Thursday, hampering his chance of returning to the field for Sunday's game in San Diego against the Chargers. Berry has been dealing with a sprained ankle since September 14, missing the last three games and weeks of practice. He did participate in practice on Wednesday, but his absence 24 hours later is an indication he may not have handled that activity well.
10/14/14 - SS Eric Berry was on the practice field with the Chiefs on Monday as the players returned from their bye-week vacation. Berry suffered a sprained ankle in the first half of the game on Sept. 14 against the Broncos in Denver and has not played or practiced since. Head coach Andy Reid expects him to practice this week and Berry should be available for duty this coming Sunday in San Diego.
10/06/14 - SS Eric Berry is making improvement on rehabbing a sprained ankle according to Chiefs head coach Andy Reid. Berry has missed three consecutive games because of the injury suffered in the first half of the Chiefs game against Denver on September 14. He has not practiced since that game.
10/02/14 - SS Eric Berry missed another practice on Thursday due to his sprained ankle and it's unlikely that he will be active for Sunday's game against San Francisco. Berry missed the second half of the Sept. 14 game against Denver and has not returned to the practice field and missed two full games. Ron Parker is expected to start again For Berry at strong safety.