Chiefs captain Terek Hill pushes the assistant coach to the sidelines

Presidents of Kansas City A broad future Terek Hill He drew some scrutiny on social media during the playoff match against a team Cleveland Browns On Sunday.

After The Chiefs hit a 22-10 high in the third quarter, Hill is seen on the sidelines pushing assistant coach Greg Lewis before the commercial broadcast begins.


Another video of the incident appeared to show Hill pushing Lewis, but there was no escalation after that. Lewis was also seen smiling on the sidelines as the tensions didn’t seem to boil over.

At this point, Hill had five grips for 78 yards and it looked like Kansas City was in the driver’s seat.

It was a tough quarter for bosses.

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Patrick Mahoms left the match early after he was treated and his head hit the ground hard. He was picked again by his teammates but doesn’t seem to know where he is. Mahomes is spotted running back to the locker room and the Chiefs said he is being evaluated for a concussion and was later excluded from the match.

The Chiefs are on their way back to the Super Bowl. It is their first match in two weeks since they went into the first round after achieving the best record in the AFC. Kansas City is the reigning Super Bowl.

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Brown hopes to return to the conference title match for the first time since the 1989 season, when Bud Carson was the coach and lost to the Denver Broncos.

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