A tragic fact of life . . .
MORE THAN ANY OTHER NFL FRANCHISE, THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS ARE SUSCEPTIBLE TO LONG-TERM COVID PROBLEMS!!!
No, we're not talking about public health worries.
The danger is more insidious . . .
THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS DON'T HAVE A DEEP BENCH!!! COVID TROUBLE & STRICTER PROTOCOLS WILL TEST THEIR ROSTER!!!
Remember . . .
Injuries were a big part of why they lost a Super Bowl.
And now the global pandemic threatens to tear apart the team even more effectively than Tom Brady on a good day.
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3:16 PM ET Adam TeicherESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Chiefs for 20 seasons for Kansas City Star Joined ESPN in 2013 Wide receiver Tyreek Hill was among the three players added to the reserve/COVID-19 list by the Kansas City Chiefs on Tuesday, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter and Adam Teicher.
If you find yourself refreshing your Twitter feed, turning to news sites, and/or trying to find a TV channel with answers about what to expect for the Kansas City Chiefs ' scheduled Week 16 game against the visiting Pittsburgh Steelers, just know you're not alone.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The issues with COVID-19 continued on Tuesday for the Kansas City Chiefs, and it may get worse. ESPN reported that wide receiver Tyreek Hill, corner back Rashad Fenton and tight end Blake Bell were all placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list. More COVID issues in KC, which is becoming this week's hot spot.
The Kansas City Chiefs have a COVID-19 outbreak on their hands, and it extends beyond their 53-man roster. In addition to placing seven players from the 53-man roster on the Reserve/COVID-19 list on Tuesday, the team also placed two more players from the practice squad on the list.
Scott Winters/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images The Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs are now co-favorites to win Super Bowl LVI with three weeks left in the 2021 NFL regular season.
The news of - many - Chiefs players going onto the COVID-19/reserve list is not sitting well with fans. Many of them are now worried about the Steelers game on Sunday, if it's played at all.
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Tickets for what may be the Chiefs' first home game of the upcoming playoffs are set to go on sale Wednesday morning, opening up to the general public at noon. Tickets to a Divisional Round playoff game at Arrowhead Stadium go on sale to Jackson County residents starting at 9 a.m.
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