Joe Thuney fractured his hand, played through it on Sunday night

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Chiefs left guard Joe Thuney didn’t miss a snap in Sunday night’s loss to the Bills, but it wasn’t because he remained in good health all night.

Head coach Andy Reid said that Thuney fractured his hand early in the contest. He was put in a cast and played with it for the rest of the evening.

There isn’t any word on Thuney’s status for this week, but the fact that he played through the injury on Sunday suggests there’s a good chance he’ll push to be on the field against Washington a well.

Running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire left the loss with a knee injury. Reid did not have an update on his condition during a Monday press conference.

5 responses to “Joe Thuney fractured his hand, played through it on Sunday night

  1. You can have him back tb6.he isnt worth the money with three rookies out playing him on rookie contracts. though I love the fact he played the whole game even hurt. The chiefs offense is. ot the problems. Having to be perfect on every drive knowing you defense will be beat in 2 to 6 plays is the issue and they main problem has been glaring for many fans though the chiefs coaches continue to play the liabilities because they are smart and hard workers vs actually competent. why on earth Sorensen played 100 of that game after giving up 2 long touch downs and many 3rd downs. is beyond reason. Offenses game plan to thrown and run against him, been the case for 3 years. Sad thing is the chiefs have his 2.0 version on the practice squad.

  2. Man glad they got Orlando Brown Jr. from the Ravens for the 32nd pick of the draft – not like Odafe Oweh would have helped this defense at all. Hahaha – cheers!

  3. Weird, he played the same with a fractured hand. Just as below average as when he didn’t have a fractured hand.

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