Kansas City Chiefs made a few elevations Saturday
The Kansas City Chiefs revealed their final roster elevations for the Super Bowl. The Chiefs will head into the game with several players on offense dealing with injuries. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes will play through a high-ankle sprain. JuJu Smith-Schuster and Kadarius Toney had no injury designation for Sunday’s game, so that they will play Sunday.
Even so, the Chiefs added depth to the position after Mecole Hardman was lost to injured reserve this week. According to Field Yates with ESPN, the Chiefs elevated wide receiver Marcus Kemp and Center Austin Reiter for the Super Bowl.
The Chiefs have elevated WR Marcus Kemp and C Austin Reiter from the practice squad for #SuperBowl.
— Field Yates (@FieldYates) February 11, 2023
Reiter has no offensive stats for the Chiefs this season. Kemp had no offensive stats in the regular season. He had one catch in the AFC Championship Game against the Cincinnati Bengals for 13 yards. We’ll see if Patrick Mahomes looks Kemp’s way again against the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday.
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