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Key updates on Tyreek Hill, Chiefs offensive line right before Week 6 matchup vs. Washington

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The Kansas City Chiefs will be making a few changes ahead of their Week 6 matchup against the Washington Football Team.

Earlier it was announced that they would be moving veteran safety Daniel Sorensen to the bench in favor of standout Juan Thornhill on the defensive end. Now it’s reported that they will also be making a change on the offensive line.

Via James Palmer of NFL Network:

Chiefs making another switch, RT Lucas Niang minor hamstring issue, will not start I’m told. Mike Remmers will start at RT. Tyreek Hill also good to go I’m told but didn’t come out during warmups.

The good news is that the Chiefs will be getting Tyreek Hill in action. Hill was initially deemed questionable for the contest due to a lingering quad issue. But head coach Andy Reid remained optimistic that he’d be available for action despite being a limited participant at practice this week.

The Kansas City Chiefs are desperate to turn things around after a rough 2-3 start to the season. For a team seen as a Super Bowl favorite, things need to change sooner rather than later.Fans can only hope that the alterations around the lineup can be enough to spark some renewed energy.