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A new NFL Network report says the Chief
15-05-2019, 08:38 AM
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A new NFL Network report says the Chief
s’ All-Pro tight end recently had ankle surgery , described as a cleanup."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Kansas City Chiefs NewsOpen ThreadsFull ArchiveLibrary Community GuidelinesContact InformationOdds Shop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHubeport: Travis Kelce had ankle surgery, should be ready for training campNew,85commentsA new NFL Network report says the Chiefs’ All-Pro tight end recently had ankle surgery, described as a cleanup.CSTShareTweetShareShareReport: Travis Kelce had ankle surgery, should be ready for training campMark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY SportsKansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce recently had offseason ankle surgery, according to a new report from NFL Network’s Mike Garagolo and Ian Rapoport. Garafolo’s official tweet on the matter describes the procedure as a “cleanup” and also says that the 29-year-old tight end will miss some if not all of the Chiefs organized team activities. After catching seven passes for 108 yards in the Chiefs’ divisional round playoff game against the Indianapolis Colts, Kelce was limited to just three catches for 23 yards in the AFC title game. Kelce was not listed on the injury report ahead of that game Womens Patrick Mahomes II Jersey , and while he could have hurt his ankle then, “cleanup” leads me to believe this was probably a lingering condition.Given he is entering his seventh year with the Chiefs and head coach Andy Reid, the fact that he will miss offseason workouts shouldn’t scare any fans. Training camp would be a different story, and that makes this a story to follow.The Chiefs list tight ends David Wells and Deon Yelder behind Kelce on their current roster, with Demetrius Harris set to become an unrestricted free agent in a couple of weeks.Kelce, a two-time All-Pro, had 103 catches for a franchise-record (tight ends) 1 Tyreek Hill Jersey ,336 yards and 10 touchdowns this season.Chiefs’ Wednesday injury report vs. Patriots: Marcus Kemp working as emergency safety Each practice day, the Kansas City Chiefs will release an official injury report leading up to the next game. The Chiefs travel to New England to face the Patriots on Sunday Night Football.Here is the Chiefs’ first official injury report of the week:PatriotsSome notesAs expected, four Chiefs—Eric Berry, Justin Houston, Tanoh Kpassagnon and Eric Murray—did not practice to start the week. Dee Ford (groin/hand) and Sammy Watkins (hamstring), who were questionable headed into last week’s game against the Jaguars, were full participants.As noted by Matt Derrick of Chiefs Digest , wide receiver Marcus Kemp is working as the Chiefs’ emergency fourth safety with Armani Watts headed for surgery and Murray not practicing. This is not ideal. Ron Parker, Jordan Lucas and newcomer Josh Shaw are your actual safeties at the moment.Andy Reid said that outside linebacker Justin Houston is “a stretch” to play in New England this weekend, while he thinks there’s a “chance” for OLB Tanoh Kpassagnon.Nine Patriots were limited on Wednesday.
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