Chiefs activate Hali from PUP list after offseason surgery
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Chiefs took pass rusher Tamba Hali off the physically unable to perform list Monday, though the team said he will practice on a limited basis.
Hali had surgery in the offseason on his balky knees, which forced him to miss nearly every practice late last season. He was still able to play in games but hardly looked 100 percent.
Hali has spent training camp working out with trainers, but his removal from the PUP list means he can begin working out with the rest of the team. Still, it is unlikely he will play in the Chiefs' remaining preseason games against Chicago and Green Bay.
The 32-year-old Hali played in 15 games and had 6 1/2 sacks last season.