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Chiefs coach Andy Reid mum on Tamba Hali’s status

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid held a conference call with the Kansas City media Friday to discuss Thursday night’s 31-30 loss to the Oakland Raiders.

One of the questions presented to Reid was about the status of linebacker Tamba Hali, who is now eligible to come off the PUP list with the Chiefs having played six games.

“Yeah,” we haven’t activated him yet,” Reid said, “so we’ll determine when we do that.”

Asked about how Hali is feeling physically, Reid was a little short.

“He’s feeling OK,” Reid said. “We’ll address all that as we go here. We got back late. We’re going through everything now, but he’s doing OK.”

The last time we heard from Hali, 33, was his Twitter outburst prior to training camp, and we haven’t really had an official update since.

Hali’s social media channels have confirmed recently he has been working out (see below) and looks to be healthy, but his status to return has seemed pretty ambiguous.

We you, @tambahali.

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(Instagram post comprised of Hali’s photos from late September)

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