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Kadarius Toney limited in Wednesday’s practice

Mike Florio and Myles Simmons both believe the Kansas City Chiefs can clinch the top seed in the AFC despite losing to the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 13.

As head coach Andy Reid said he would, Chiefs receiver Kadarius Toney returned to practice on Wednesday.

He’d been sidelined since suffering a hamstring injury in Kansas City’s Week 11 victory over the Chargers.

Toney was a limited participant in the day’s session. If he’s able to return this week, it would be a boost to a Kansas City offense that’s playing a Denver defense that’s No. 2 in points allowed and No. 3 in yards allowed.

But it’s worth noting that the Chiefs are No. 1 in both scoring and total offense. Since arriving from the Giants via trade, Toney has accounted for six catches for 69 yards with a touchdown, plus a pair of carries for 33 yards.

Linebacker Nick Bolton (groin) was also a limited participant in the session.

As he said earlier in the day, Patrick Mahomes has a foot injury. But he was a full participant in the session.

Safety Deon Bush (elbow), linebacker Willie Gay (groin), running back Jerick McKinnon (hamstring), offensive lineman Lucas Niang (knee), running back Isiah Pacheco (shoulder/quad), guard Trey Smith (knee), cornerback L’Jarius Sneed (calf), guard Joe Thuney (ankle), cornerback Jaylen Watson (hand), and cornerback Joshua Williams (quad) were all full participants.