The Kansas City Chiefs will be down two offensive linemen against the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl. The Chiefs injury report Friday revealed an update for Rashee Rice after the rookie wide receiver suffered a scary moment during Thursday’s practice.
Rashee Rice had a scary injury on Thursday
The Chiefs listed Rice on Thursday’s injury report for having an ankle injury from being stepped on at practice. The Chiefs believed Rice would be okay after he received medical attention for the injury.
Per the Chiefs injury report Friday, Rice was a full participant in Friday’s practice and has no injury designation for the game on Sunday.
The Kansas City Chiefs are down two OLs in the Super Bowl
Three-time All-Pro Joe Thuney and offensive tackle Prince Tega Wanogho were ruled out for the Super Bowl. Thuney did not participate in any practices this week. Wanogho was a full participant in all three practices this week.
Jerick McKinnon is questionable for Super Bowl LVIII.
Joe Thuney and Prince Tega Wanogho (IR) are out.
— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) February 9, 2024
Prince Tega Wanogho has been out since September
Wanogho was placed on injured reserve since September after he tore his quad against the Chicago Bears in Week 3. He played 16 snaps for the Chiefs during their first three regular season games.
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