Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill did not participate in practice on Wednesday, three days removed from sustaining a knee injury during a loss to the Buffalo Bills.
Chiefs coach Andy Reid announced Monday that Hill “hurt his knee a little bit” in Sunday night’s 38-20 setback to the Bills in Kansas City.
A five-time Pro Bowl selection and three-time All-Pro, Hill leads the team in catches (37) and receiving yards (516). Hill, 27, is tied with tight end Travis Kelce for the team lead with four touchdown receptions.
Mecole Hardman, who has 22 catches for 199 yards and one touchdown, likely would see additional snaps should Hill miss playing time. The Chiefs (2-3) visit the Washington Football Team (2-3) on Sunday.
Reid also said linebacker Anthony Hitchens (knee), defensive end Chris Jones (wrist) and left guard Joe Thuney (hand) would not practice on Wednesday.