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Kelce may have a concussion

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelsey may not return in the second half. He took a helmet-to-helmet hit in the first half of the AFC Wild Card round against the Tennessee Titans.

Kelce may have suffered a concussion.

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce making a reception against the Tennessee Titans (Getty Images)

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce making a reception against the Tennessee Titans (Getty Images)

Late in the second quarter on ESPN, Kelce caught a 12-yard reception. He was then hit hard by Titans safety Johnathan Cyprien.

Following the hit, Kelce needed help getting up from the ground. In addition, he was woozy, as he had trouble gaining his footing.

He was then taken to the locker room for an evaluation.

Kelce had four receptions for 66 yards and a touchdown. He had a 13-yard touchdown reception.

If this is indeed a concussion, this is at least his second concussion this season. He will be in danger of missing the Chiefs game next weekend if they are able to win, as they are leading 21-3 at halftime.

The Chiefs should update his condition after halftime.

This season, he had 83 receptions for 1,038 receiving yards and eight touchdowns. The fifth-year tight end was second on the team in receiving yards this aseason, as he trailed Tyreek Hill, who had 1,183 receiving yards.

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