The Kansas City Chiefs added a wide receiver to their injury report on Thursday after an incident occurred during practice. The Chiefs have one more practice this week on Friday as they prepare to play the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl.
Rahsee Rice was injured at Kansas City Chiefs’ practice
The Chiefs had a scare on their injury report when they listed wide receiver Rashee Rice for an ankle injury. Rice did not have an injury listed on Wednesday’s injury report.
Jerick McKinnon (IR), Rashee Rice, and Clyde Edwards-Helaire were limited in practice today.
Joe Thuney did not practice.
— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) February 9, 2024
Rice should be okay
Per Patrick K. Flowers with Bleacher Report, Rice was stepped on during practice on Wednesday. Rice had to receive medical attention for the injury,
Head coach Andy Reid said Rice was “all right” after receiving the medical care.
From today's pool report (h/t @peter_king): Chiefs WR Rashee Rice was stepped on during practice and received treatment.
According to Andy Reid, Rice is doing well. "He got stepped on. He’s all right.”
— Patrick K. Flowers (@PatrickKFlowers) February 9, 2024
Rice has been one of Patrick Mahomes’ best targets
Rice has been a reliable target for Patrick Mahomes during the season and postseason. He’s the Chiefs second-leading receiver in the playoffs.
Fortunately for the Chiefs, it appears Rice will be okay for the game. We’ll have a better idea of his status if he’s a full participant during Friday’s practice.
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