All Kansas City Chiefs players test negative for COVID-19, according to report – KMBC Kansas City

Daniel Kilgore, Demarcus Robinson were placed on NFL’s COVID-19/reserve list earlier this week

Daniel Kilgore, Demarcus Robinson were placed on NFL’s COVID-19/reserve list earlier this week

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Daniel Kilgore, Demarcus Robinson were placed on NFL’s COVID-19/reserve list earlier this week

According to a report from Yahoo! Sports, everyone from the Kansas City Chiefs tested negative for COVID-19 on Saturday and everyone active should be able to play in the Super Bowl.
The news means that center Daniel Kilgore, who was placed on the Reserve/COVID-19 list earlier this week after a barber tested positive, will be able to play, along with receiver Demarcus Robinson.
Everyone on the Chiefs has tested negative for COVID — including C Daniel Kilgore, who is now eligible to return — per a source. No COVID concerns for K.C. entering the Super Bowl.
The NFL Network reported Tuesday, citing sources close to the team, that the barber involved tested negative five consecutive days before being allowed to enter the Chiefs’ facility.

The barber reportedly took an additional rapid test before entering the facility Sunday, but the NFL Network reported those results were slightly delayed because of a line of friends and family also entering the facility around the same time.
The NFL Network said the barber was wearing double personal protective equipment when the positive test results came back.

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