Bills at Chiefs: Tuesday injury update for QB Patrick Mahomes

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As anticipated, Tuesday is another day and now we have new injury update for quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who, if healthy, will lead the Chiefs against the Bills on Sunday during the AFC Championship Game.

In the latest chapter, Mahomes’ status was considered to be improving via a report from ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Mahomes reportedly took “some big steps” in regard to the concussion he suffered on Sunday against the Browns. Mahomes remains in the NFL’s concussion protocol, but he’s, at least currently, trending in the right direction and “is expected to practice Wednesday.”

If Mahomes does practice, that likely means his other ailment, his toe injury, is good to go as well.

On Monday, Chiefs head coach Andy Reid updated the quarterback’s health and called that lower-body issue “all right there.” On the concussion, Reid tip-toed around updating anything with that.

Mahomes exited Sunday’s game in the third quarter. Chad Henne replaced Mahomes in the Chiefs lineup and helped hold onto the lead to send his team to Sunday’s meeting with the Bills.

Stay tuned to Bills Wire throughout the week for the latest injury updates involving both the Bills and Chiefs ahead of the AFC Championship Game.

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