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Andy Reid reveals Chiefs monitoring 3 injuries after win over Raiders

There should be more information on the injuries on Wednesday.

Kansas City Chiefs v Las Vegas Raiders Photo by Jeff Bottari/Getty Images

The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Las Vegas Raiders, 31-17, in their Week 12 matchup on Sunday at Allegiant Stadium. After the game, head coach Andy Reid revealed the team is monitoring new injuries to three players.

“Skyy Moore tweaked his left knee,” said Reid. “Donovan Smith came out for a little bit just with a stinger, and then Trey Smith hurt his foot right at the end there, but all of them should be OK.”

Reid said he does not believe the injuries to Moore, Donovan Smith or Trey Smith are serious. Heading into the game, the Chiefs ruled out wide receiver Mecole Hardman and running back Jerick McKinnon and placed Hardman on the injured reserve list. Wide receiver Kadarius Toney was downgraded to out on Saturday ahead of the game with ankle and hip injuries.

The Chiefs return to the practice field on Wednesday as they begin their preparation for the Green Bay Packers on “Sunday Night Football.”

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