Tyreek Hill Expected To Miss 4-6 Weeks

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Ian Rapoport updates the time line for Tyreek Hill to return to the field following the injury sustained againnst Jacksonville.

This morning Ian Rapoport provided an update on the timeline for Tyreek Hill to return to the field. According to his tweet, Hill is expected to miss 4-6 weeks as he heals from his injury. How he recovers will affect how soon he can return (obviously) but based on Hill’s history of being able to bounce back from injury quickly we’re all hoping it leans towards the shorter end of the timeline.

For more information on his injury you can re-visit the tracker thread on his status, and if you’d like to know more about how I feel about the fact that he was injured in the first place, you can read about the officials inability to control the tone of the game here. Cliff’s Notes version?

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ws76
ws76

I found a good video that talks about Hill’s injury.

Tyreek Hill Hospitalized with RARE Shoulder Injury! Doctor Explains SC Dislocation

TNCHIEFS
TNCHIEFS

I have had this concern for a while. Hill is tough as nails and when he highpoints the ball he gets above defenders often significantly taller than him. The issue is that in order to secure the ball he often falls like a rock to the ground. I don’t know how much of that his collar bone is going to tolerate after his injury.

QuackTastic
QuackTastic

I hear ya. Seems like the kind of thing that would continue to get re-aggravated

StramtoReid
StramtoReid

Bummer, Hill is out 4 to 6 weeks. My question is, when Hill comes back, do we bring him along slowly, or will he be at full strength?

QuackTastic
QuackTastic

Yall know that was Carl Cheffers running that game right? He F’in hates us.

STL_Chiefs Fan
STL_Chiefs Fan

My guess by looking at the upcoming schedule is that he’ll come back for the Thursday night Broncos game and then they have a little extra time before the Sunday night game against the Packers to make sure his body responds well.

starry1

No, we don’t need him to beat the Donkeys and they’ll be playing us nearly as hard as the Jags did. And you know Andy, he will keep him out an extra week or two to make sure he’s good.

Big Chief
Big Chief

I watched the all-22 last night so I could see the whole game. And I noticed that the refs should have taken action on the first TD by Watkins. He’s in the end zone and holds the ball out. Despite the fact he’s over 5 yards deep in the end zone a Jag DB comes and slaps the ball out of his hand. Ref should have at least warned him about getting an unsportsmanlike, but I didn’t see any sign of a ref approaching the DB. And it went downhill from there.

KCChef
KCChef

There’s ” Loosely Called ” & ” Poorly Called ” … When there is 0 Effort to ” Tighten Up ” – That’s Lazy Officiating Resulting in a ” Poorly Called ” Game that Can & Will Escalate to Injury & Unsportsmanlike Conduct … : (

Tony Sommer

Exactly, the refs let it go on for way too long.

Mahomesisgreat
Mahomesisgreat

Totally agree, it’s like broken windows policing.