Travis Kelce Jersey suffers concusssion, Chris Conley Jersey ruptures Achilles

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The Kansas City Chiefs finished Monday night’s 42-34 win over the Texans without tight end Travis Kelce, linebacker Justin Houston or starting wide receiver Chris Conley.

Kelce had a concussion. Houston had calf spasms but was walking without any apparent problem after the game. Conley ruptured his Achilles tendon. He was on crutches in the locker room after the game.

Kelce was injured during the second quarter. He was examined for a concussion in the medical tent on the sideline, and coach Andy Reid said he cleared the test. Kelce returned to the game for a handful of plays late in the first half but didn’t play after that.

Hogan completed all five of his pass attempts on the drive as the winless Browns took their first lead of the season. Kizer, the rookie from Notre Dame who had started all five games this season, was 8 of 17 for 87 yards and an interception. The second-round pick contributed to an Isaiah Crowell fumble with a poor pitch in the first quarter after the Browns had driven to the Jets 3-yard line.

Cleveland’s lead was short-lived, however. Hogan was intercepted by Morris Claiborne on his first pass of the next series, leading to a 2-yard touchdown pass from Jets quarterback Josh McCown to Austin Seferian-Jenkins.
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The Browns (0-5) would not get the lead back as the Jets (3-2) held on for a 17-14 victory to keep the Browns winless.

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