During their game against the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 10, the Kansas City Chiefs lost Chris Lammons to an injury.
The Kansas City Chiefs have placed cornerback Chris Lammons in the team’s concussion protocol in the first half of their game against the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 10.
The Chiefs watched Lammons go down early in the game with an apparent injury of some kind to the upper body or head, but he was able to walk off of the field on his own, which was interpreted as good news at the time. Apparently further examination provided the Chiefs with the information they needed to keep Lammons on the sidelines.
Lammons has been a core-four player on special teams, which means he’s a valuable coverage asset in every phase of Dave Toub’s units.
Lammons first entered the league as an undrafted free agent back in 2018 with the Atlanta Falcons after starring in the secondary for South Carolina (where he was teammates with Rashad Fenton), but he’s been with the Chiefs since late in the 2019 season after he signed to the team’s practice squad.