Kansas City’s wide receiving corps is entering Sunday’s Super Bowl LVII contest versus the Eagles a little banged up.
Super Bowl LVII is almost here!! Football fans cannot wait to watch the battle between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs. Getting this far in the season, it is almost hard for any of these players not to have some bumps and bruises from the tough grind of the year.
Both teams and fanbases want each other to be fully healthy because once that clock hits zero, nobody wants to hear their win was the result of an injury to a key player on the other sideline. Truthfully, both teams want to win, but they want the other team’s best shot. Plus, no one wants to see the Birds nor Chiefs carry on as the Giants and 49ers have.
Philadelphia has had players on the injury report this week, but no need to panic, as most of them were listed as limited and resting. Both teams had everyone available for Friday which means both sides will have everyone we expect to be available for Sunday’s game on the field.
Kansas City left their AFC Championship Game win with a couple of critical injuries, and the team has been using these full two weeks trying to get their players as close to 100% as possible.
One of the position groups that really got banged for K.C. versus the Cincinnati Bengals was the wide receivers.
Let’s look at who is in and who’s out and the overall health of the Chiefs wideout crew ahead of the biggest game of the season.