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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Chiefs are suffering from a COVID-19 outbreak that has put several key players in questions for their final home game of the regular season against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The Steelers added a few players to the list this week, while the Chiefs have several key players currently on the list that could potentially miss the matchup.

FOX4 will keep the list updated as players enter and exit the reserve/COVID list ahead of the matchup.

Kansas City Chiefs reserve/COVID list:

  • Travis Kelce – TE
  • Harrison Butker – K
  • Tommy Townsend – P
  • Rashad Fenton – CB
  • Nick Bolton – LB
  • Kyle Long – G
  • Lucas Niang – T
  • Armani Watts – DB
  • Mike Remmers – OT (currently on IR)

Tyreek Hill was activated from the COVID list on Christmas Day while Blake Bell was cleared from the list on Christmas Eve.

Wide receiver Josh Gordon and linebacker Willie Gay, who were put on the COVID list last week, returned to practice on Wednesday. Coach Andy Reid confirmed they’ve been removed from the list.

On Thursday, defensive end Chris Jones returned to practice, and cornerback Charvarius Ward was removed from the team’s COVID list as well.

Pittsburgh Steelers reserve/COVID list:

  • Devin Bush – LB
  • Marcus Allen – LB
  • Zach Banner – OT
  • Isaiah Buggs – DE
  • Anthony McFarland Jr. – RB