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Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Jeremy Maclin sustained a concussion in Sunday’s 16–10 loss against the Minnesota Vikings.

By SI Wire
October 18, 2015

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Jeremy Maclin left Sunday’s 16–10 loss against the Minnesota Vikings with a concussion.

Maclin’s injury occurred in the fourth quarter after being tackled by Vikings’ cornerback Captain Munnerlyn while attempting to catch a pass.

The team confirmed that Maclin was being evaluated for concussion and his return was questionable. The wide receiver did not return after the injury. After the game, head coach Andy Reid confirmed that Maclin sustained a concussion. 

He had three catches for 48 yards before exiting the game, giving him 39 catches for 531 yards and a touchdown on the season.

With the loss, Kansas City dropped to 1–5 on the season.

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