The Kansas City Chiefs made final game roster additions Friday
The Kansas City Chiefs ruled out wide receiver Mecole Hardman for Saturday’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. The loss of Hardman put a hole in their lineup for wide receivers. It was assumed the Chiefs would add a wide receiver from the practice squad for the game to replace Hardman’s spot. Many Chiefs fans online Friday were waiting for news as to who head coach Andy Reid and his staff would choose.
According to Aaron Wilson with KPRC, the Chiefs elevated center Austin Reiter and wide receiver Marcus Kemp for the game against the Jaguars.
The Chiefs added wide receiver Jerrion Ealy to the practice squad this week, but he will not be active for the game Sunday.
Reiter and Kemp both have lengthy experience with the Chiefs. They both were with the Chiefs when they won Super Bowl LIV.
Kemp has played in three games for the Chiefs this season. He mainly played on special teams. But did partake in ten offensive snaps in the regular season. Reiter has not played for the Chiefs yet this season.