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Chiefs WR Hill ready to roll at Cleveland

Tyreek Hill was a full participant in Friday's practice and plans to start for the Kansas City Chiefs at Cleveland on Sunday.

Hill left last week's win over the Denver Broncos with a groin injury. Head coach Andy Reid indicated good news on Hill's injury earlier this week, and practicing without limitations on Friday typically puts the player on the field on game day.

Hill is tied for the team lead (Travis Kelce) with 44 receptions for 705 yards and seven touchdowns in 2018. Hill is averaging 16 yards per reception and has 14 receptions of 20-plus yards.

Outside linebacker Justin Houston, who is coming back from a hamstring injury, is less certain. He could be limited to a pass-rushing role against the Browns. Houston was described Thursday as "very limited." He is officially questionable.

Safety Eric Berry, who has yet to play in a game this season due to a heel injury, is officially doubtful but not expected to return.

Linebacker Frank Zombo (hamstring) and offensive guard Mitch Morse (concussion) are out.

--Field Level Media

(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)



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