Chiefs owner says team was aware of alleged Kareem Hunt nightclub attack Andy Reid says Tyreek Hill told him he wasn’t coming out of the game, even with all his injuries.”He loves to play, that little joker”— Brooke Pryor (@bepryor) December 9, 2018NFL insider Adam Schefter reported that Hill’s injury was “nothing serious” the following Monday. His sources inform him that the speedster will be considered “day to day” moving forward.A further examination of the foot injury that Chiefs’ WR Tyreek Hill sustained Sunday showed “nothing serious” and he now will be considered “day to day”, per source.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 10, 2018Although Hill had eight receptions for 139 yards, including a crucial 48-yard catch on a late fourth-down play, he has only three days to get game-ready for a critical AFC West showdown Thursday against the Chargers. Related News Melvin Gordon injury update: Chargers RB reportedly could return vs. Chiefs He enters that game as the NFL’s second-leading receiver with 1,258 yards on 74 catches with 11 touchdowns. With leading rusher Kareem Hunt gone and fellow receiver Sammy Watkins (foot) sidelined, Hill is a focal point of the Chiefs attack.If he’s not 100 percent, then the onus falls on tight end Travis Kelce (86 catches, 1,159 yards, 10 TDs) to step up as Patrick Mahomes’ go-to target. Chris Conley will need to be more involved, and newly signed Kelvin Benjamin is an alternative, too.The Chiefs (11-2) hold a one-game lead over the Chargers (10-3) in the AFC West going into Thursday’s game in Kansas City. Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill, who returned to Sunday’s game against the Ravens after leaving early with a heel injury, wasn’t sure after the game what the prognosis was heading into a short week.“My foot’s bad,” Hill said after the overtime victory (via NBC Sports).