The Kansas City Chiefs announced several roster moves via the team’s official Twitter account on Saturday afternoon. The Chiefs play the New York Jets at Noon Arrowhead Time on Sunday.
Danny Isidora and Marcus Kemp have been moved to the active roster from the practice squad.— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) October 31, 2020
Mike Danna has been activated from Injured Reserve. pic.twitter.com/arkpJKlQwP
Just as they did last week, the Chiefs moved offensive lineman Danny Isidora and wide receiver Marcus Kemp to the active roster from the practice squad. The Chiefs can elevate two players for the game thanks to the NFL’s new roster rules for 2020.
Defensive end Mike Danna has been activated from injured reserve, which was somewhat expected after he returned to practice on Wednesday. Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said Friday that Danna practiced well all week. With the addition of Danna, the Chiefs roster now stands at 53.
In another Chiefs note from Saturday, safety Daniel Sorensen was fined $20,000 for lowering his helmet to initiate contact on Denver Broncos running back Phillip Lindsay last week. The hit knocked Lindsay out of the game in the Chiefs’ 43-16 win.
#Chiefs S Daniel Sorensen was fined $20,000 for unnecessary roughness – lowering the head to initiate contact with the head on a hit that knocked #Broncos RB Phillip Lindsay out of last week’s game. Lindsay entered concussion protocol. No flag was thrown.— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) October 31, 2020
It was reported Saturday that Lindsay still needs to pass one more post-concussion test before he can play this week.