Chiefs’ Bashaud Breeland clears NFL concussion protocol, will play vs. Bills

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Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes was not alone in the NFL concussion protocol this week ahead of the AFC Championship game vs. the Bills. In addition, he’s now not alone in clearing the hurdles of the league’s protocol ahead of Sunday’s game.

Along with the QB, cornerback Bashaud Breeland has been cleared to play vs. the Bills. The Chiefs announced that Breeland, who didn’t clear the protocol Friday when Mahomes did, has officially cleared the NFL’s concussion protocol.

On Friday, Breeland was listed as questionable in the Chiefs’ final injury report. Breeland playing will likely allow L’Jarius Sneed to play in the slot with Charvarius Ward at the left cornerback spot and Breeland on the right side.

Here’s the full final injury reports for both the Bills and Chiefs which were released on Friday:

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