KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The collarbone injury that Chiefs running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire received in Sunday's game against the Steelers is reportedly not season-ending.
According to the NFL's Ian Rapoport, Edwards-Helaire's injury has swelling but no structural damage, and he should be returning to the field shortly.
Some good news following tests: There is swelling, but no structural damage and the injury is not season-ending, source said. Clyde Edwards-Helaire should return shortly. https://t.co/drc1S8QNvI
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) December 27, 2021
Edwards-Helaire received the injury on the second carry of the second half of Sunday's game after Steelers defensive end Isaiahh Loudermilk landed on him.
Afterwards, Edwards-Helaire was out for the remainder of the game.
"We'll just see how bad it is tomorrow," Chiefs coach Andy Reid said after the Chiefs' victory.