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Chiefs' De'Anthony Thomas says he's still recovering from his concussion

De'Anthony Thomas suffered a concussion against the San Diego Chargers on November 22 and did not play the rest of the year. The Chiefs put him on the NFI (non-football illness) list, which meant his season was done.

While the first few weeks of DAT's absence seemed to be because of the concussion, the Chiefs said at the time of placing him on NFI that it was NOT because of the concussion.

So that brings us to this from DAT last night.

This confirms to me that something isn't right here.I don't know who is right or wrong but the point here is that there appears to be a disagreement between the two sides. Why? I don't know.

Chiefs coach Andy Reid was asked three weeks ago if DAT was in their plans for 2016.

"Listen, I really don't know on that," Reid said. "The question was ‘will we have him in 2016?' I don't know that, that would be a Dorse question. I just fed you the information that I know."

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