Tyreek Hill and six others add to the Chiefs' COVID-19 list

All-star wide receiver joins Travis Kelce on Kansas City’s reserve / COVID-19 roster, with both players combining for half of the offense’s aerial production.

The wide receiver Tyreek hill was among three starters – and seven players in total – who were added to the reservation list / COVID-19 for the Kansas city chiefs this Tuesday.

All seven players tested positive for COVID-19sources told Field Yates of ESPN.

The linebacker Nick bolton and offensive tackle Lucas Niang are the other headlines that tested positive, sources told ESPN. The cornerback Rashad fenton, tight end Blake bell, guard Kyle long and corner Armani watts were also added to the reservation list / COVID-19 as positive tests, sources told ESPN.

The news comes after the starting tight end Travis kelce, place kicker Harrison Butker and corner Charvarius Ward they will hit the same list on Monday. In total, there are 13 players in the reservation list / COVID-19 for the Chiefs.

If the players are vaccinated, as is the case with Kelce, have the possibility of returning in time for the game of the Chiefs in front of Pittsburgh steelers Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium.

Hill ranks second in the NFL with 102 receptions for 1,178 yards (fourth) and nine touchdowns on the season. It has been combined with Kelce for 50 percent of the receptions of the Chiefs, 54 percent of receiving yards, and 53 percent of his receiving touchdowns this season.

With Kelce Y Bell being added to the list, that leaves only the newbie Noah gray as the lone tight end left on the active roster. Gray accumulates four catches for 18 yards and a touchdown.

Bolton he has started 11 games on the year and leads the team with 102 tackles. Niang he has started for eight of the 11 games in which he has seen action at right tackle.

Long he was on the disabled list due to physical problems for most of the season due to a knee injury sustained in offseason training sessions. He was recently activated, but has not appeared in any matches.

Fenton He has mostly played as the third cornerback for the Chiefs, starting seven games. WattsMeanwhile, he has played mostly on special teams throughout the season.

Kansas city set up defensive tackle Chris jones, linebacker Willie Gay and wide receiver Josh gordon on the list COVID-19 last week, and all three players missed the game against Los Angeles Chargers.