Chiefs WR Albert Wilson suffers hamstring injury

June 3, 2015; Kansas City, MO: General view of the Chiefs warming up indoors on Day Five of OTAs at the team's training facility. Credit: Teope

June 3, 2015; Kansas City, MO: General view of the Chiefs warming up indoors on Day Five of OTAs at the team’s training facility. Credit: Teope

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Chiefs wide receiver Albert Wilson left Wednesday’s organized team activity (OTA) indoor practice with a hamstring injury and did not return.

The second-year wide receiver participated in a majority of Wednesday’s workout before leaving under his own power with a trainer during the team-related portion of practice.

Wilson is the second Chiefs player to leave the practice field with an injury in as many days, following defensive tackle Dontari Poe, who sustained a back injury on Tuesday.

Poe did not practice Wednesday and wasn’t present on the field.

Inside linebacker Derrick Johnson (knee) also did not practice for a straight day.

Johnson mostly observed the workouts from the sideline, but was observed working with rookie linebacker Sage Harold during standing stationary hand drills, offering tips throughout to Harold.

Running back Cyrus Gray (knee) missed a fifth straight practice while he recovers from last season’s ACL injury.

Rookie running back Keshawn Hill (hamstring) missed a third straight practice.

Gray and Hill, however, participated in the stretching and warm-up portion of practice without their helmets.

Outside linebacker Justin Houston, rookie cornerbacks Marcus Peters and Steven Nelson, strong Eric Berry (illness), quarterback Tyler Bray (knee) and tight end Demetrius Harris continue to be absent.

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