Chiefs head coach Andy Reid did not give a clear answer when asked how Bell would be used in his first opportunity to play with his new team. He said they’ll taking his usage “day by day” — and that they would see how it goes during this week’s practices. Bell isn’t used to a light load.
Khalen Saunders is officially back, while Alex Okafor heads to injured reserve.
Last week, we saw a very different Kansas City Chiefs team on offense, with backup offensive linemen clearing freeways for Clyde Edwards-Helaire and two backup receivers stepping up for an injured Sammy Watkins. This week, it’s another divisional game, and likely another snow game, so anything could happen. But the Chiefs will likely continue to evolve as they work in Le’Veon Bell to an already-loaded offense.