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There were a couple of changes to the 53-man roster this week, but the most recent transactions didn’t go through before the team published their latest depth chart. That means those changes (like the return of Kyle Long) won’t be reflected on the depth chart this week. Remember, these depth charts are considered to be “unofficial” because they are assembled by the team’s PR staff, instead of the coaching staff, which means you should take them with a grain of salt. They don’t always reflect what will actually happen in a game.
Here’s a look at the latest depth chart for Kansas City:
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Marcus Kemp was activated from the Reserve/COVID-19 list on Monday, and he is reflected on the depth chart as a result.
Kyle Long was activated from the Reserve/PUP list on Tuesday, but the transaction happened after the team published their depth chart. He won’t be reflected on the depth chart this week as a result. This could signal some gamesmanship if the team intends to make him the starter at right tackle.
Jerick McKinnon was placed on injured reserve on Tuesday, but that transaction happened after the team published the updated depth chart. He will still be listed on this week’s depth chart as a result.
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Khalen Saunders was also placed on injured reserve, but that transaction happened after the team published the updated depth chart. He’s still listed on this week’s depth chart as a result.
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Don’t be shocked if Mike Hughes continues to take punt return repetitions ahead of Mecole Hardman as he did in Week 11.