Chiefs news: Tyreek Hill to have MRI on hamstring injury
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Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill to have MRI on hamstring injury

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Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill will undergo an MRI on his injured hamstring injury to get a better understanding of how serious the injury is, per Mike Garafolo of NFL Network.

Hill injured his hamstring in the 1st quarter and according to the team he was questionable to return to the game, but he never got back in.

Hill wasn’t the only player to get banged up during the game. After the Chiefs victory, coach Andy Reid provided an update on running back Damien Williams, center Austin Reiter, safety Jordan Lucas, and running back LeSean McCoy.

“Damien Williams hurt his ribs,” said Reid via Arrowhead Pride. “They’re looking at those as we go here. Jordan Lucas hurt his shoulder. So Reiter came out but went back in… and then LeSean, I’m not sure exactly all what happened there but something with his head. So I’m not sure exactly what the final decision was there.”

The good news for the Chiefs is they are entering a bye week so they will have some extra time to get everyone healthy, and hopefully this isn’t a long term injury for Hill.

Even without Hill, against the Chiefs found a way to win the game. Tight end Travis Kelce finished the game with seven receptions for 92 yards and a touchdown. Outside of the Kelce, there wasn’t much production with McCoy finishing the night with the second-most receiving yards coming in at 28 yards.

Hopefully, there will be an update on Hill’s status in the next day or two.