Kansas City chiefs start RC Fisher, Mitchell Schwartz from reserve / COVID-19 list

The Kansas City chiefs began to behave aggressively on Monday with Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz, as well as potential replacement Martinus Rankin on the Reserve / COVID-19 list.

Players may be available for Sunday night’s game against the Raiders in Las Vegas, depending on whether they tested positive for the virus or had close contact with someone who was in their upcoming COVID-19 tests. Did more on the results of. It is unlikely that they will be able to practice this week.

The absence of one or more players may leave the Chiefs to fill their offensive line against the Raiders. The Chiefs started the season without a starter and a backup when Laurent Duvernay-Tardiff and Lucas Niang picked.

Kelichi Osemale, who started the season as a starting guard, is on the injured reserve list after tearing tendons in both knees.

Schwartz has missed the last four games due to an injured back, but the Chiefs were expecting something from him this season.

The Chiefs already had one player, wide receiver Mekol Hardman, on their reserve / COVID-19 list.


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