After being forcibly removed from his playoff clash on Sunday, Kansas City chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahoms was not too bad.
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Head coach Andy Reid told a news conference after his club’s 22-17 victory over the Cleveland Browns that “he is fine now.
“He has passed all the tests he needs to take. We will see what happens in the future. I talked to him, he’s fine. Let’s see how he feels tomorrow. [lundi], But right now he is feeling better. “
Mahoms was injured in the third quarter when he was hit by a Mac Wilson ruck while running with the ball in hand. The pivot then shook violently and he needed the help of his teammates to leave the field. The Chiefs then announced that their athlete had not returned to the game and was expecting him for a concussion.
“My prayers go to Patrick Mahoms. I took him to come back next week! Be as good as you can be, ”Wilson wrote after the clash on his Twitter account.
“Everything is beautiful my brother” replied NFL Player Par Excellence in 2018 on the social network.
Next week, the Chiefs will meet with Buffalo Bills for the American Association Finals.