Bills’ C Morse in concussion protocol

Former Kansas City Chiefs center Mitch Morse is facing injury again and the season hasn’t even started.

Morse left the Chiefs in free agency and signed on with the Buffalo Bills, where he became the highest-paid center in the NFL. He’s expected to be a crucial cog in the development of second-year QB Josh Allen. That won’t be happening so soon, at least not after the news the Bills announced this morning.

The Bills have placed Morse in the NFL’s concussion protocol. If you’ll recall, Morse had a history of concussions while with the Chiefs. He had two concussions in 2015 that resulted in one missed game and the second concussion forced Morse to miss the playoffs. Morse also received his third concussion in three years in 2018 that resulted in him missing a stretch of five games. This concussion would make four concussions in a span of five years and the Bills haven’t even played a game of contact football yet.

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Whenever Morse was on the field for the Chiefs he was a terrific player and crucial to the teams offensive success. The problem was that he didn’t consistently see the field. His injuries go beyond the concussions as he also had a foot sprain with the Chiefs, which resulted in him being put on injured reserve and missing the rest of the season.

The Chiefs may have dodged a bullet this year by allowing Morse to walk away from the team in free agency. They may have found their replacement for Morse when he was absent last season, with the strong play from Austin Reiter. Who was able to earn himself a contract extension worth $4.5 million for two years.

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If Veach would have decided to match the Bills contract, the Chiefs would be in trouble, especially with the Chris Jones and Tyreek Hill contract extensions on the way.

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