Andy Reid Reveals Big Patrick Mahomes Injury News on Friday

Isaiah De Los Santos
Andy Reid provided some big Patrick Mahomes injury news on Friday.
Andy Reid provided some big Patrick Mahomes injury news on Friday. / (AP Photo/Reed Hoffmann)

The biggest story around the Kansas City Chiefs heading into the AFC Championship Game is the health of quarterback Patrick Mahomes. The star has been adamant he wouldn't miss any time since initially tweaking this ankle injury in the Divisional Round, though others have been skeptical of that optimism.

Chiefs head coach Andy Reid provided some huge Mahomes news at Friday's practice.

Reid told reporters his QB will be a "full go" on Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals. He has shown no limitations in practice, which is a great sign ahead of this conference championship clash.

Mahomes' recovery, or at least his ability to play through pian, is miraculous. He was clearly ailing last Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars, and many thought he'd be somewhat of a long shot to suit up versus Cincy.

Instead, he's gone through practice like he's completely normal. His Chiefs teammates have admitted his presence has inspired them even more as they prepare to claim another AFC title.

Hopefully Mahomes isn't limited whatsoever on Sunday and fans are treated to him at his full potential. Kansas City will certainly need him close to 100% if the team is to return to the Super Bowl this year.

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