Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid had no specific injury updates stepping from Sunday Night Football against the Indianapolis Colts during his Monday afternoon press conference, but he did have a minor note on wide receiver Tyreek Hill, who has not played since suffering an SC join dislocation back in the Chiefs’ Week 1 game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
NFL Network reported Hill would miss between four and six weeks around the time of the injury. So far, Hill has missed four games.
“I’ll know more as we get through this week,” Reid said of Hill. “He practiced a little bit last week and moved around pretty good, but again, they’ve (the Chiefs athletic trainers and doctors) got to make sure everything’s stable.”
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Hill was a limited participant during the Chiefs’ three days of preparation for the Colts but was ultimately ruled out ahead of the game. Hill looked like he was coming along during portions of practice open to the media.
“He wasn’t being hit last week, so they got to make sure everything is stable in there,” added Reid. “They’ll work on that this week and see where we’re at.”
Hill has just two catches for 16 yards in 12 snaps on the 2019 season.