KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill returned to practice Wednesday after suffering a collarbone injury during the first week of the season.
Coach Andy Reid said that Hill and running back Damien Williams would practice and “we’ll see what they can do.”
Chiefs head Coach Andy Reid just confirmed that both Tyreek Hill and Damien Williams will practice today. He said both will get out there and “we’ll see what they can do.” pic.twitter.com/thYPIBtS8h— Ryan H. Marshall (@RMarshallSports) October 2, 2019
According to Chiefs reporter BJ Kissel, Reid did not comment on whether either Hill or Williams would play on Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts.
Hill has been sidelined since he suffered a sternoclavicular injury during the season opener against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Williams suffered a knee injury in Week 2 against the Oakland Raiders and has not played since.
Quarterback Patrick Mahomes told reporters he was glad to have Hill at practice again and that he didn’t think it would take Hill long to get back up to speed.