Chiefs vs. Eagles Wednesday injury report: 4 Chiefs to monitor ahead of Super Bowl LVII

Chiefs vs. Eagles Wednesday injury report: 4 Chiefs to monitor ahead of Super Bowl LVII

Each practice day of the season, the Kansas City Chiefs release an official injury report ahead of the next game. One week away from Sunday, the Chiefs face the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LVII.

Although Kansas City does not practice on Wednesday, Feb. 1, the team is still required to release an injury report that estimates what player attendance would have been if a practice had taken place.

So here is the first official report on the Chiefs’ estimated injuries of the week:

Chiefs Player Ps Injury Wed Thu Fri Status Mecole Hardman WR Pelvis DNP – – – JuJu Smith-Schuster WR Knee DNP – – – Kadarius Toney WR Ankle/Hamstring DNP – – – L’Jarius Sneed CB Concussion DNP – – – Trey Smith G Ankle LP – – – Willie Gay LB Shoulder LP – – – Isiah Pacheco RB Wrist FP – – – Jerick McKinnon RB Ankle FP – – – Justin Watson WR Illness FP – – – Patrick Mahomes QB Ankle FP – – – Eagles

Check back later for the Eagles estimated injury report.

A few notes The Chiefs listed four players who did not practice on Wednesday: receiver Mecole Hardman (pelvis), receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster (knee), receiver Kadarius Toney (ankle/hamstring) and cornerback The Jarius Sneed (concussion). ). These become the names to watch as we progress through this week and into the next. Media will get a brief preview of the practice on Thursday. There’s less concern for limited participants guard Trey Smith (ankle) and linebacker Willie Gay (shoulder). With 11 days until Super Bowl LVII, Smith and Gay are expected to be fine on game day. It’s good news for the Chiefs that tight ends Travis Kelce and Jody Fortson weren’t on the roster, meaning they should be ready to go when the team takes to the field on Thursday. As a reminder: running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire (ankle) remains on injured reserve and therefore does not need to appear on the Chiefs’ injury report.

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