Patrick Mahomes injury update: What did Andy Reid say about the QB’s progress?
Chiefs’ Andy Reid shares update on Mahomes’ injury and it sounds like the quarterback is picking up right where he left off last season
The Kansas City Chiefs quarterback, Patrick Mahomes, had a stellar 2022 season, despite suffering a significant ankle injury in the divisional round of the playoffs. Now, as the 2023-24 season approaches, the Chiefs are already hoping for Mahomes to start the season fully healthy in pursuit of another Super Bowl championship. Luckily for them, it appears that Mahomes is en route to doing just that.
Coach Andy Reid recently told the NFL Network that the quarterback is doing well and didn’t have to do anything about his injury. “He didn’t have to get anything done. He’s doing good. He feels good,” Reid said. “This time, he jumped right back into workouts and working the ankle, rehabbing the ankle. He’s lifting and running the parts that he could run, and he didn’t miss a beat on that.”
Mahomes seems to have avoided surgery and is on his way to picking up right where he left off last season. The 27-year-old star player finished 2022 with 5,250 passing yards, and 41 touchdown passes on his way to his second regular-season MVP and second Super Bowl MVP.
While the Chiefs’ 2023 schedule has not yet been announced, the team is obviously preparing for another successful year with their reigning champ.
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