Could COVID Kill Momentum For Kansas City Chiefs?!?

The Kansas City Chiefs have bounced back from their early season slump but now the global plague threatens to impact their progress.

Here's the latest setback and the sitch for now. . .

As Kansas City head coach Andy Reid opened his press conference with local reporters on Thursday, he dropped a bombshell: defensive lineman Chris Jones has also landed on the Chiefs’ COVID list.

With Jones, that makes a total of three Kansas City players on the list: Gordon, Jones and tight end Jody Fortson, who was moved from the Reserve/Injured list to the Reserve/COVID list on Friday.

Asked whether either Jones or Gordon would be able to play on Thursday, Reid was (predictably) non-committal, saying that “we’ll see” how the situation plays out.

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Chiefs' Chris Jones added to COVID list

On Monday afternoon, we learned that two players from this week's Thursday Night Football game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Los Angeles Chargers had been placed on their respective teams' Reserve/COVID list: Chargers starting left tackle Rashawn Slater and Chiefs starting wide receiver Josh Gordon.

Chiefs Josh Gordon weighs in after testing positive for COVID-19

by: Heidi Schmidt Posted: / Updated: KANSAS CITY, Mo. - News that Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Josh Gordon tested positive for COVID-19 and was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Monday afternoon surprised fans. But Gordon might have been as shocked as anyone. He tweeted hours after news of his positive test was made public.

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