Chief through key running back Clyde Edwards-HellerAs Ian Lapaport of the NFL.com reports, he enjoyed a professional and powerful first season acting as the start of the running back of the 13-1 defending champion, appearing in the rest of the regular season. (Via twitter). The 32nd place overall in this year’s draft suffered hip and ankle injuries from a victory against Saints on Sunday.
X-rays have returned to negative, but CEH will miss the last two games of Kansas City’s regular season.Rapoport says in another word Tweet Running backs are aimed at returning to the postseason, but it doesn’t seem certain.
Fortunately, the Chiefs will not need Edwards Herre in the coming weeks. The CEH has about a month to recover before the split round of the playoffs, as the club is almost certain to secure the AFC’s only first round buy. In 13 games this season (all starts), the former LSU prominent player has 181 carries and 4 TDs at 803 yards (4.4 YPC). He added 36 catches at 297 yards and added a score in the air.
Le’Veon Bell In the absence of CEH, it will dominate the work. The two First Team All-Pros have been quite effective during his time in Kansas City, maintaining an average of 4.0 YPC with 56 carry in the club. He has 2 rush scores and 12 catches at 90 yards.
Kansas City is also thinking about the depth of the RB room. By ESPN’s Field Yates (via twitter), Brought in by the club Elijah Maguire For a visit. McGuire hasn’t seen regular season action since 2018, but the chief knows what he can do. The sixth round pick before Jets spent the end of the 2019 campaign and all training camps this year at KC, but was cut before the start of the 2020 season. He spent time with the Cowboys and Dolphins taxi corps this year.
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Edwards-Heller will play for the rest of the regular season
https://www.yardbarker.com/nfl/articles/chiefs_rb_clyde_edwards_helaire_out_for_rest_of_regular_season/s1_14819_33636308 Edwards-Heller will play for the rest of the regular season