KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A report Wednesday morning indicated that Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes will participate in today’s practice after suffering an injury Sunday.
NFL Network reporter Ian Rapoport tweeted Wednesday morning that Mahomes will have a “very light practice” as he continues to move through the league’s concussion protocol.
#Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes will have a very light practice today as part of his plan while in the NFL concussion protocol, source said. Could be listed as limited or DNP, but his work will ramp up during the week. Mahomes, who has no symptoms, will do some tolerance tests, too.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 20, 2021
Rapoport reported that Mahomes has no symptoms and is continuing to go through additional testing.
On Tuesday, ESPN NFL reporter Adam Schefter reported that Mahomes had taken “big steps” in his possible return to the field.
The Chiefs take on the Buffalo Bills on Sunday in the AFC Championship. The winner advances to the Super Bowl.
Chiefs head coach Andy Reid is scheduled to meet with the media later this afternoon.