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Chiefs Injury Update: Tyreek Hill Practicing on Tuesday

Hill suffered a neck injury on Sunday against Pittsburgh

The Kansas City Chiefs were back at practice on Tuesday as they prepare on a short week for Thursday Night Football against the Oakland Raiders.

Head Coach Andy Reid provided an update on the Chiefs' injured players prior to practice, including running back Charcandrick West and wide receiver Tyreek Hill, who both exited last week's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers early.

"Charcandrick is in the concussion protocol, so he's going through that and will not practice today," Reid said.

Also absent from practice was wide receiver Albert Wilson, who missed last Sunday's game with a knee injury.

"Albert Wilson is getting better with his knee and we'll just see how he does here today," Reid said.

Hill practiced on Tuesday after suffering a neck injury against Pittsburgh.

"Tyreek was evaluated for a concussion, didn't have a concussion, and never was in the protocol," Reid said. "That was his deal and he's been fine since."

The Chiefs will travel to Oakland tomorrow before taking on the Raiders on Thursday night. 

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