Andy Reid: Patrick Mahomes did a nice job in practice, he’s on track

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Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes was a full practice participant on Wednesday and his ankle came through the session no worse for the wear.

Mahomes suffered a high ankle sprain in last Saturday’s win over the Jaguars, but returned to the game in the second half and said he plans to play against the Bengals in the AFC Championship Game. Head coach Andy Reid has the same expectation after seeing Mahomes go through a day of practice.

“He did a nice job. Felt good today at the walkthrough. He’s on track,” Reid said, via Adam Teicher of

The Chiefs will assign injury designations on Friday, but, given the way the week has unfolded, it would be a surprise if Mahomes has any listing at all for Sunday.

2 responses to “Andy Reid: Patrick Mahomes did a nice job in practice, he’s on track

  1. pure smoke. andy will let him play; he let t.o. play on a broken leg. but after watching the injury and the way he moved after coming back on the field i think pat is hurt a little more than they are letting on.

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