Chiefs RB Jerick McKinnon, WR Skyy Moore active for Super Bowl LVIII

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Chiefs will have veteran running back Jerick McKinnon available for Super Bowl LVIII.

Wide receiver Skyy Moore is also active while receivers Justyn Ross and Kadarius Toney are inactive for the big game.

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Toney came into the week disputing a public tirade where he said he has been a healthy scratch during the Chiefs’ playoff run and was not expected to be active, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Moore has not played since suffering a knee injury during the Chiefs’ Week 15 victory over the Patriots and was recently activated off of injured reserve. He caught 21 passes for 244 yards with one TD in 14 games this year.

McKinnon was placed on injured reserve before the Chiefs’ Christmas Day game against the Las Vegas Raiders. The 31-year-old had surgery in early January to repair a core muscle injury and has only played in 12 games.

McKinnon is instrumental in the passing game where he had 25 catches and four touchdowns in 12 games this season and also is relied on as a pass blocker.

Here is the full list of inactives for the Chiefs this Sunday:

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