A new report says the Kansas City Chiefs could be without a top playmaker for several weeks.
Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports Tyreek Hill will miss 4-6 weeks with a sternoclavicular joint injury. Hill was injured in the first half of KC's win over Jacksonville Sunday.
Rapoport said the Chiefs don't plan to put Hill on injured reserve. That could allow Hill to return sooner, depending on his rehabilitation from injury.
At a Wednesday news conference, Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid described Hill's status as "week to week."
The Chiefs are at Oakland Sunday.