The bad luck continued for Chiefs wide receiver Sylvester Morris. He tore some tissue in the back of his hip and will miss the rest of training camp. The injury occurred on Sunday but it wasn’t clear how severe it was until results from an MRI were revealed on Monday. Morris shined as a rookie in 2000, catching 48 passes for 678 yards and three touchdowns. But in 2001 he injured a knee before the season and hasn’t played since. Morris is trying to earn a spot as the team’s fifth wide receiver, but his chances of making the team may have taken a serious blow. The Chiefs took Morris with their first-round pick in 2000 after successful career at Southern University. Defensive end Eddie Freeman was also bit by the injury bug. He dislocated an elbow and is expected to miss the next four weeks.