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Stefan Wisniewski starts at right guard, Andrew Wylie moves to right tackle vs. Saints

The Chiefs shift around the offensive line once again due to injury

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When the Kansas City Chiefs took the field on offense for their Week 15 matchup against the New Orleans Saints, they had two changes to the starting offensive line. The right guard position was filled by veteran guard Stefan Wisniewski, while Andrew Wylie — the usual right guard — started at right tackle.

The Chiefs made the move because Mike Remmers, who usually plays right tackle, is out this week due to a back injury.

Wisniewski is seeing his first action with the Chiefs offense since he returned to the team this year via their practice squad prior to Week 12. The Chiefs added him to the 53-man roster on Saturday.

He was the starting left guard for last year’s postseason run and Super Bowl victory.

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