Reiter (head) returned to Monday's game after being evaluated for a possible concussion, Adam Teicher of ESPN.com reports.
Reiter was shaken up in the first quarter, and was forced to exit with a possible concussion. Now that he's officially healthy, he's resumed his normal role as the team's starting center.
Reiter left Monday's game against the Chargers and is being evaluated for a concussion.
Reiter was noticeably banged up in the first quarter and had to leave the field with the help of the medical staff. He'll now have to be cleared by an independent neurologist in order to gain clearance back into the game. In his stead, Stefen Wisniewski entered the game as the team's center.
Reiter signed a two-year $5.5 million extension with the Chiefs on Wednesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
The South Florida product has started four games for the Chiefs this season, and he locked up an extension Wednesday. Reiter's deal will also include a signing bonus of $1 million.
Reiter played 33 snaps in the Browns' preseason opener last Thursday.
Reiter ended last season on Injured Reserve after he tore his ACL, but he's since recovered and is looking to bounce back. He played in almost half of Cleveland's offensive snaps during the first preseason game and will likely be one of the team's top backups.