Eric Berry #29 of the Kansas City Chiefs walks off the field after their 29-28 win over the Atlanta Falcons at Georgia Dome on December 4, 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia. Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images

The Kansas City Chiefs (10-2) got some rare and encouraging news on Wednesday. All 53 players on the team’s active roster participated in practice, a good sign for the Chiefs as they try to make a run at the Super Bowl.

It was the first time no player missed practice in the 2018 season, according to The Athletic’s Nate Taylor. It also meant wide receiver Sammy Watkins and safety Eric Berry were participants.

Berry, a former All-Pro safety and five-time Pro-Bowler, has not played since week one of the 2017 season. He suffered a torn Achilles in that game and a heel deformity has kept him sidelined longer than expected this year. He practiced for the first time all season last week, as a limited participant.

However, he missed Sunday’s game against the Oakland Raiders (2-10).

Watkins has been a solid contributor when healthy, putting up 519 yards and three touchdowns as the third or fourth option for quarterback Patrick Mahomes. However, he missed two games earlier this year and played just a few snaps against the Los Angeles Rams (11-1) before leaving that game.

Watkins did not practice at all last week.

The Chiefs are slight home favorites over the Baltimore Ravens (7-5) on Sunday.