Kansas City Chiefs reveal final injury report Friday
The Kansas City Chiefs need to make it on the backs of hobbled athletes one more game this season. Their final injury report of the season offered good news ahead of their matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles in the Super Bowl.
The Chiefs have weathered some major injuries on offense this postseason. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes has dealt with a high-ankle sprain since the first half of their Divisional Round win against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Tight end Travis Kelce played through the AFC Championship Game with a back injury.
Several wide receivers have dealt with more than bumps and bruises. Mecole Hardman was placed on injured reserve this week. Two other wide receivers, JuJu Smith-Schuster (knee) and Kadarius Toney (ankle/hamstring) sat out of practice last week but have since been active this week in Glendale.
According to the injury report released by the Chiefs Friday, there are no injury designations for Kansas City ahead of the Super Bowl.
There are no game injury designations for #SBLVII
— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) February 10, 2023
That is good news for the Kansas City Chiefs and Smith-Schuster–who has a lot of money riding on the game. The Eagles have one player questionable to play on Sunday.
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