RB - KC
Chiefs RB Le'Veon Bell (knee) is expected to play in the Super Bowl against the Bucs.
Bell was inactive for Sunday's AFC Championship game after injuring his knee in practice last week. Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Darrel Williams are both expected to see more touches than Bell, assuming all three are active.
Chiefs RB Le'Veon Bell (knee) is officially inactive for Sunday's AFC Championship against the Bills.
Bell was expected to sit after not practicing on either Thursday or Friday. Clyde Edwards-Helaire (ankle, hip) is active and playing for the first time since Week 15. Darrel Williams will mix in for his usual change-of-pace role as well.
Adam Schefter of ESPN is reporting that Chiefs RB Le’Veon Bell (knee) is not expected to play in Sunday’s AFC Championship Game against the Bills.
Bell was unable to practice this week and is not expected to play in Sunday’s AFC Championship Game. The Chiefs will get rookie RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire (ankle, hip) back. Bell logged two carries for six yards and wasn’t a factor in last week’s AFC Divisional Round win over the Browns. Look for CEH and Darrel Williams to lead the Chiefs backfield on Sunday.
Chiefs RB Le'Veon Bell (knee) has been listed as questionable for Sunday's AFC Championship against the Bills.
Bell is going to have an uphill battle to play after sitting out practice on both Thursday and Friday. Clyde Edwards-Helaire (ankle, hip) is tentatively expected to return and will likely split work with Darrel Williams.
Chiefs RB Le'Veon Bell (knee) was sidelined during Thursday's practice.
Bell is dealing with swelling in his knee. We'll have to see what Friday's injury report looks like but Bell is looking pretty questionable to suit up for the AFC Championship on Sunday. Clyde Edwards-Helaire (ankle, hip) practiced for the second straight day on Thursday and looks ready to return.
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