Chris Jones lands on Chiefs' COVID-19 roster

Additionally, Kansas City will recover cornerback L’Jarius Sneed, who missed last game due to the death of his brother.

KANSAS CITY – The Kansas city chiefs they practiced this Tuesday without the defensive lineman Chris jones, who was placed in the reservation list / COVID-19.

The head coach Andy Reid suggested he could still play in Thursday night’s away game against Los Angeles Chargers, for the first place in the AFC West. A vaccinated player may participate in a match, according to the policy of the NFL, if you are symptom free and have two negative tests 24 hours apart.

The Chiefs they placed the wide receiver Josh gordon on the reservation list / COVID-19 Monday.

The defensive back Tyrann mathieu cited the pressure on the quarterback Justin herbert as the defensive key to defeating the Chargers. Jones lead the Chiefs in catches with seven.

“The only guy you can really compare him to is probably Aaron Donald”, he expressed Mathieu. “You speak of inner dominance. It will be a great challenge for us to replace it.”

Reid said the cornerback L’jarius sneed I was back for Kansas city, although he did not train on Tuesday. Sneed missed Sunday’s 48-9 victory over Las vegas raiders to go home to Louisiana after the death of his brother.

“I think it will be good for him to be close to his teammates,” he said. Reid. “They care a lot about him. I think that will help him.”

Mathieu said he has kept in touch with Sneed and that she received a text message from him on Tuesday.

“He told me he loved me,” he shared. Mathieu. “For me, it’s what he needed to hear. He’s dealing with a lot now, but football means a lot to him.

“I think he has some motivation for the future.”

T’Qarontarion Harrison, who was primarily responsible for raising Sneed As a child, he was killed during an incident on Friday night. The police in Minden, LouisianaSaid a woman Angela washington, faces second degree murder charges.

Information from AP was used in the writing of this note.