Chiefs news: Tyreek Hill heads to the locker room with an injury
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Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill heads to the locker room with an injury

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Kansas City Chiefs star wide receiver Tyreek Hill left his team’s Week 11 Monday Night Football matchup with the Los Angeles Chargers and went to the locker room, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Hill, 25, has a history of injuries during the 2019 season, missing four weeks in the early part of the NFL season due to a dislocated joint in his shoulder. The three-time Pro-Bowl wideout is Kansas City’s second-leading receiver this season, despite the four-game absence. A former fifth-round pick by the Chiefs in the 2016 draft, Hill has 543 receiving yards on 33 receptions for five touchdowns in six games in 2019 entering tonight’s matchup with AFC West division rival Chargers.

The Chiefs called Hill “questionable” to return on Monday, too.

Last season’s MVP, star quarterback Patrick Mahomes, is looking to right the ship for the Chiefs. Mahomes and Kansas City lost last week to the Tennessee Titans after the gunslinger missed the prior two weeks with a kneecap injury. Surely missing a reliable target like Hill as a receiving option will hurt Mahomes’ ability to ease his way back into comfort on the gridiron.

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