Patrick Mahomes addresses offseason question
Patrick Mahomes capped off a fantastic season with Super Bowl MVP hardware to go along with his NFL MVP award. The Kansas City Chiefs quarterback fought through the majority of his postseason with a high-ankle sprain injury. Mahomes addressed his rehab timetable on Monday.
It usually takes 6-8 weeks to heal from a high-ankle sprain. Mahomes didn’t do his injury any favors with the way he played Sunday night. The quarterback had NFL fans holding their breath after he re-aggravated the ankle at the end of the first half. Mahomes would play in the second half without any treatment.
On Monday, Patrick Mahomes discussed his plans to heal up over the next few months. According to Eric Edholm with the NFL Network, Mahomes said he needs time to rest, but he put to bed any questions about his plans to participate in spring OTAs:
“I’ll for sure be ready for OTAs and everything like that,” he said. “Obviously we will to continue to rehab, continue the treatment that we were doing, just give it some rest. I mean, I think the best thing for it is going to be rest.”
That’s good news for the Chiefs. The Chiefs will try to continue building on their dynasty. The Chiefs have a youthful roster that will head into the offseason with the best odds of winning the Super Bowl next season. Getting extra preseason time to prepare with Mahomes will make the Chiefs’ 2023 season ambitions even more hopeful.
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