The Facts: Edwards-Helaire’s stint on the physically unable to perform list lasted less than 24 hours. Edwards-Helaire, a surprise PUP listing Tuesday afternoon, showed up Wednesday dressed for work as the Chiefs held their first full-team practice of training camp at Missouri Western State University. “Clyde was put on PUP to finish his testing,” Chiefs coach Andy Reid explained. “He practiced today, so we just took him off it.”
Diehards Line: As Reid noted, the Chiefs’ players went through a conditioning evaluation Tuesday. While there was concern Tuesday about how much time the third-year rusher might miss, Edwards-Helaire’s presence on the field Thursday alleviated those concerns. He put in a full practice, with no apparent limitations during the 90-minute session. Edwards-Helaire also resumed his role as the primary running back with the first-team offense. Fellow running backs Ronald Jones, Jerick McKinnon, Derrick Gore, Isiah Pacheco, Tayon Fleet-Davis and Jerrion Ealy were in their usual backup roles.