Reports: Chiefs WR Watkins out until playoffs
The Kansas City Chiefs will be without wide receiver Sammy Watkins for four to six weeks, according to a Kansas City Star report on Friday.
Watkins has missed three of the last four games with a foot injury and reportedly re-injured the foot in Thursday's practice. He's officially listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens and will be evaluated week-to-week after that.
NFL insider Ian Rapoport reported that Watkins is likely out until the start of the playoffs.
In 10 games this season, Watkins has 40 catches for 519 yards and three scores.
Free-agent wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin was signed on Thursday, two days after being waived by the Buffalo Bills, though he is not expected to play Sunday against the Ravens.
Kansas City leads the NFL in scoring (37 points per game) and yards per play (7.03). Tyreek Hill leads all Chiefs receivers with 1,119 yards and has scored 11 touchdowns.
Benjamin, a first-round pick in 2014, was released after struggling to fit in with the Bills, making just 39 receptions for 571 yards and two touchdowns in 18 total games with the club. He has 23 catches for 354 yards and one score in 12 games this season.
Benjamin was drafted by the Carolina Panthers and had 1,008 yards as a rookie and 941 in 2015. He was traded to Buffalo midway through the 2017 campaign.
--Field Level Media
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