Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Nick Bolton returned to practice Wednesday with a heavy wrap on his surgically repaired left wrist.
The Chiefs opened the 21-day practice window for the third-year player, who has been on injured reserve since Oct. 28.
Bolton, 23, was injured while tackling Los Angeles Chargers receiver Keenan Allen in the fourth quarter of the Chiefs’ 31-17 victory on Oct. 22.
Bolton has 28 tackles and one interception in four games this season. He missed three games earlier this season with a high ankle sprain.
He has 320 tackles, three interceptions and two sacks in 37 career games (33 starts) since the Chiefs drafted him in the second round in 2021.