Report: Tyrann Mathieu is expected to play

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Chiefs safety Tyrann Mathieu played only seven snaps last week before leaving with a concussion. The Chiefs missed him.

They are expected to have him Sunday against the Bengals, James Palmer of NFL Media reports.

The team listed Mathieu as questionable in Friday’s practice report.

Mathieu returned to practice Thursday and was a full participant Thursday and Friday.

“We think he’ll be ready to roll here in a day or so, but we’ll see [Saturday],” coach Andy Reid said Friday.

Mathieu earned Pro Bowl honors with 76 tackles, a sack, three interceptions and six pass breakups in 16 games.

3 responses to “Report: Tyrann Mathieu is expected to play

  1. Lots of intagibles included with Honey Badger. Aptly nicknamed, too. He’s the smallest defender but brims with confidence. It’s his feild. Dude yells at players and coaches from both teams, plus the refs. Catch him screaming at the white hat over his mic. He doesn’t want to be called HB, but it fits.

  2. You’d think the Chiefs, being so dominant and confident, wouldn’t have to play these games. We all know he is playing.

  3. The next time the little guy puts a shoulder into someone, wraps up, and takes that man to the ground will be the first time. Soft player. Extremely overrated.

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