Chiefs’ Thursday injury report vs. 49ers Each practice day Authentic Chris Jones Jersey , the Kansas City Chiefs will release an official injury report leading up to the next game. Here is the report for Thursday:ChiefsThe Chiefs announced that defensive lineman Chris Jones would return to practice after missing Wednesday, while safety Eric Berry would miss his second practice in a row this week. As a reminder, Berry hasn’t practice since August 11. Safety Armani Watts missed practice due to non-injury reasons.49ersSome notesBerry (sore heel) has now missed two days of practice despite the NFL Network report on Monday that he could practice this week. Jones (groin strain), as we expected, appears to be fine.Linebacker Ben Niemann (hamstring) has been officially listed as limited this week. Looks like he’ll either be questionable or doubtful for Sunday.Cornerback Richard Sherman popped up the Thursday injury report with a heel injury. He did not practice. In February, Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt faced an allegation that he shoved a woman at a Cleveland hotel. Today Womens Sammy Watkins Jersey , TMZ published video of the incident.It’s a video that needs to be watched a couple of times to be fully digested and understood. Hunt (if that’s indeed him) initially pushes the woman with at least one his hands. As he approaches her again, she seems to take a swing at Hunt, angering him.Others pull Hunt away, and the woman tries to push toward Hunt. He’s momentarily out of view, but then explodes back into the shot and shoves a man into the woman. The two are sent sprawling to the floor. The woman seems to be stunned; while she’s gathering herself, Hunt kicks her.Another woman can be seen with her phone out http://www.kansascitychiefsteamonline.com/eric-fisher-jersey , presumably shooting video of the incident. A man (not Hunt) apparently takes the phone from her.Hunt was never charged. During training camp, both Kareem Hunt and owner Clark Hunt addressed the incident while also downplaying it.Like so many of these situations, however, video changes everything. Now that it’s out there, the Chiefs and/or the NFL will have to address it.