Although the Kansas City Chiefs are rolling through the first part of the regular season, they suffered a few losses on Sunday.
The Chiefs beat the Houston Texans on Sunday Night 42-34 but had to finish the game without tight end Travis Kelce or linebacker Justin Houston or starting wide receiver Chris Conley.
Kelce suffered a concussion, while Houston was dealing with calf spasms. Unfortunately, Conley ruptured his Achilles tendon.
Chiefs coach Andy Reid said he cleared the test that was administered to Kelce on the sideline.
“He came in at halftime, and he couldn’t quite remember [anything],” Reid said (h/t ESPN). “He was remembering on the field, but he couldn’t quite remember things, and so we just held him out from there.”
The Chiefs also lost Albert Wilson due to leg spasms and Steven Terrell due to a concussion.
Texans Designate Kayvon Webster For Return
The Houston Texans have designated cornerback Kayvon Webster to return from injured reserve, the team officially announced on Wednesday.
Webster landed on the injured reserve list back in October due to a strained quad injury and is now eligible after missing eight weeks of action.
Webster signed a one-year, $2.25 million deal with the texans during the offseason.
Bills’ Matt Milano Out for Season
Milano, 24, was a standout for the Bills’ defense during their upset victory over the Minnesota Vikings which earned him AFC Defensive Player of the Week honors.
Milano’s spot on the roster is likely to be filled by Deon Lacey.
Raiders Fire Reggie McKenzie
The Oakland Raiders have fired general manager Reggie McKenzie, according to NFL Network insiders Ian Rapoport and Tom Pelissero.
Raiders head coach Jon Gruden dodged questions regarding McKenzie’s job status following Sunday’s game;
“I don’t have any comment on that,” Gruden said, according to Michael Gehlken of the Review-Journal. “We’re going to build this team back. I know that. We’re going to bring the Raiders back.”
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