Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid told reporters that barring any setbacks, tight end Travis Kelce and outside linebacker Justin Houston “should be good to go” Sunday when his team takes on the Pittsburgh Steelers. Both players were on the practice field on Friday.

Kelce suffered a concussion last Sunday against the Houston Texans and exited, but not before bringing down eight passes for 98 yards. Regarded as one of, if not the best tight end in the league, Kelce has been a mainstay in the offense and huge reason to why the offense under quarterback Alex Smith is having so much success in 2017-18. Kelce’s signature game thus far was a seven-catch, 111-yard performance on Monday Night Football against the Washington Redskins. He has 29 receptions for 353 yards and a pair of touchdowns on the year.