RB - KC
This Week Outlook
Chiefs RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire (hip, ankle) remained sidelined at Friday's practice and is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's Divisional Round matchup against the Browns.
CEH practiced in a limited capacity on Wednesday but has been listed as "DNP" each of the past two days. This isn't good news for his Divisional Round status at all. It sounds as if he'll be a true game-time decision this weekend, and would likely be playing at less than 100 percent if active. The last time CEH didn't play while the rest of KC's starters did (Week 16), Darrel Williams looked far more explosive than Le'Veon Bell.
Chiefs RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire (hip, ankle) was downgraded to "DNP" on Thursday.
CEH was able to get in a "limited" session on Wednesday, but this isn't the best news for his Divisional Round availability. Still, this could simply be the Chiefs managing his reps ahead of his return. We'll know more about his status once KC releases their final injury report on Friday afternoon.
The Chiefs listed RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire (hip, ankle) as "limited" during Wednesday's practice.
We knew earlier in the day that CEH was practicing, but it was important to note whether he was "limited" or "full." This is ultimately good news for the rookie RB, who has been sidelined since Week 15. Expect Edwards-Helaire to resume lead-back duties if he's able to play this Sunday.
Chiefs RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire (hip, ankle) was present during the open portion of Wednesday's practice.
CEH's presence is a good sign for his Divisional Round availability, especially if the Chiefs wind up listing him with a "full" practice. Even a "limited" session is good news for now. The 21-year-old has been sidelined since Week 15 but is expected to retake lead-back duties once healthy.
Chiefs RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire (hip, ankle) had negative X-Ray results after suffering multiple injuries in the 4th quarter of Week 15’s game vs. the Saints, but is still likely to miss the remaining Chiefs’ regular season games.
Edwards-Helaire will also have an MRI, but the expectation is he’ll miss the next two regular season games with an opportunity to return for the playoffs. The Chiefs host the Falcons next week, making Le’Veon Bell a solid RB2 for a game the Chiefs should be playing with the lead.
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