By Tim Graham
The Kansas City Chiefs are getting healthier for Sunday's game against the Buffalo Bills in Ralph Wilson Stadium.
Top cornerback Brandon Flowers, who missed last week with a foot injury, practiced fully today. So did backup cornerback Jalil Brown (groin).
Starting nose tackle Anthony Toribio (ankle) and backup defensive lineman Allen Bailey (ankle) were limited in practice. Toribio also missed the opener, but there's optimism he'll play Sunday.
There's not as much hope for starting free safety Kendrick Lewis (shoulder). He was limited, and reports from Kansas City suggest Lewis is a long shot to play.
Reserve receiver Devon Wylie (hamstring) did not practice.
The only active player on Buffalo's injury report was running back Fred Jackson. His knee injury will sideline him for a few weeks.