Chiefs HC Andy Reid provides injury updates following win over Jaguars

After a few weeks of escaping with just minor injuries, they seemed to catch up to the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 10.

Chiefs HC Andy Reid addressed media members after the game, speaking on the injuries that the team dealt with during the course of the game. A total of three players exited the game with injuries and did not return. Two of those injuries were confirmed to be concussions.

“As far as the injuries go, JuJu Smith-(Schuster) and Chris Lammons have concussions,” Reid said. “So, they’ll go into the protocol part of it and do that.”

Smith-Schuster and Lammons were both ruled out from the game shortly after they were deemed in the concussion protocol. Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes said that he saw Smith-Schuster after the game and that he was acting his normal self. Mahomes seemed optimistic that he would be able to clear the protocol and play the following week.

As for the other injury suffered during the game, RT Andrew Wylie suffered an elbow sprain and is still being evaluated. It’s unclear if the injury will cause him to miss any time moving forward.

“Andrew Wylie sprained his elbow,” Reid said. “We’ll just see how he does. He’ll have an MRI tomorrow.”

If Wylie is out for any length of time, they could rely on Prince Tega Wanogho at right tackle as they did today. The team also should be bringing back OT Lucas Niang from the Reserve/PUP list next week with his practice window set to expire on Wednesday, Nov. 23.

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Story originally appeared on Chiefs Wire