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Andy Reid provided injury update for Tyreek Hill, other Chiefs

Tyreek Hill left Monday Night Football with a strained hamstring early on in the game.

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Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill left the team’s game with the Los Angeles Chargers in the first quarter on Monday night.

“Tyreek Hill strained his (right) hamstring early in the game,” head coach Andy Reid told media members in his post-game press conference.

Hill was seen on the sideline shortly after the injury but never reentered the game.

Reid also provided updates on running back Damien Williams, safety Jordan Lucas, center Austin Reiter and running back LeSean McCoy.

Damien Williams hurt his ribs,” said Reid. “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.”

With the Chiefs entering the bye week, the next media opportunity won’t happen until next Monday, November 25, at Noon, so it may be a while before we find out how the injuries will impact the teams’ next game scheduled for December 1 against the Oakland Raiders.

McCoy currently leads the Chiefs in rushing yards with 400, followed by Damien Williams with 309. With them leaving the game Monday night, Darrel Williams compiled 11 carries for 35 yards and a touchdown, as well as two catches for 8 yards.

Hill was targeted twice before leaving the game.

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