Kansas City, MO. – Quarterback heads Patrick Mahomes She trained in limited capacity on Wednesday, taking another step to cancel the potential concussion protocol in time for Sunday’s AFC Asian Cup match against the Buffalo Bills.
“He’s done really well up to this point,” said coach Andy Reed of Mahomes, who has remained in the NFL concussion protocol after knocking out last week’s team-tour win over the Cleveland Browns. [Mahomes was allowed to do] Limited work and no contact. That’s kind of what we’re going to do on Wednesday, so that fits well. “
Mahomes was listed as a full participant when the presidents first released their training report on Wednesday. However, the team later revised its status to “limited”, saying it could not be listed as complete because it was still in the concussion protocol.
Reed did not say what stage Mahomes would go through in a five-step process to be allowed to play.
Mahomes was replaced in the third quarter of Sunday’s 22-17 victory over Brown by the veteran Chad Henny, Who will start against the Bills if Mahomes is unable to play.
Pro Ball’s Cornback Tre’Davious White He said Wednesday that Buffalo expects to face the Mahums on Sunday.
“This is the AFC Championship, this is the match we have to go to in the Super Bowl. We know their best players will be there. We are preparing to have Mahomes there, which we know he will do,” White said. .
Wide reception heads Sami Watkins (Hurry), running back Clyde Edwards Hillier (Hip and ankle) and start at the back corner Peshud Breland (Shoulder / concussion) were included as participants in Wednesday Limited Practice. Watkins and Edwards Hillier were both inactive for the president’s victory over Cleveland. Bryland, like Mahoms, is in the concussion protocol.
Mike Rees of ESPN and The Associated Press contributed to this report.