Chiefs tight finish Travis Kelce will miss Kansas Metropolis’s game vs. the Steelers after not clearing the NFL’s COVID-19 protocols Sunday, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
On Monday, Kelce was added to the crew’s reserve/COVID-19 checklist.
He has 83 catches for 1,066 yards and 7 touchdowns this season, marking his sixth consecutive 1,000-plus yard season. Earlier in the season, he handed Rob Gronkowski for fifth-most receiving yards by a TE in NFL historical past and reached 8,000 profession receiving yards quicker than anybody on the place, as nicely.
Whereas Kelce is out, Chiefs huge receiver Tyreek Hill cleared COVID-19 protocols Saturday and can play vs. the Steelers.
Kansas Metropolis enters Sunday’s game with Pittsburgh 10–4 on the season. It may clinch the AFC West title Sunday with a win and a Los Angeles Chargers loss or tie and might clinch a playoff berth with a win
Kickoff is about for 4:25 p.m. ET.
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