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Chiefs G Andrew Wylie a late scratch for showdown with Ravens, appendicitis reportedly ruled out

Jason Owens
·1-min read

Kansas City Chiefs right guard Andrew Wylie was a late scratch prior to Monday’s showdown against the Baltimore Ravens.

Wylie showed up on the inactive list Monday evening, and the team later announced, per ESPN, that he was taken to a Baltimore hospital with suspected appendicitis.

NFL Network later reported that tests results ruled out appendicitis and “other serious conditions.”

The Chiefs went onto a 34-20 victory in Wylie’s absence. Questions about his health status remained at game’s end.

Kansas City Chiefs offensive guard Andrew Wylie (77) makes a move to block on the line of scrimmage during an NFL game against the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2019.
Andrew Wylie was a late scratch on Monday. (AP Photo/Perry Knotts)

Wylie, a third-year pro, has started 23 game for the Chiefs since 2018. The Chiefs started veteran guard Mike Remmers in his absence.

Remmers, 31, was a full-time starter for the New York Giants, Minnesota Vikings and Carolina Panthers over the previous five seasons.

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