Even though Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill has been practicing with the team all week, he won’t participate in the upcoming game on Sunday night against the Indianapolis Colts, per head coach Andy Reid. Hill suffered a posterior SC (sternoclavicular) dislocation Week 1 against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
It sounds like Hill is progressing but isn’t quite ready to play in a game.
“He practiced [Friday] and has been doing well, but he’ll be listed as out for you,” Reid said of Hill, confirming the wide receiver had no setback. “He got in and did it, worked and really did a good job.”
Reid added that Hill has maintained his extreme desire to return the lineup.
“He wears you out that way,” Reid added. “He wants to jump in everywhere, but we’ve got to be smart with it too. He’s been great. He got out and mixed it up and worked in some team periods. He did a nice job.
“It’s just not ready to go yet.”
Hill has just two receptions for 16 yards on the year. Left tackle Eric Fisher and linebacker Dorian O’Daniel have also been ruled out for the game. Here is the final Chiefs-Colts injury report of the week.