The reigning NFL MVP is healthy and ready to take the field again. Patrick Mahomes, who was knocked out of the Kansas City Chiefs win over the Denver Broncos in Week 7 with a dislocated knee cap, dodged tragedy when his MRI showed no tears or structural damage.
Now, having missed just two games because of it, head coach Andy Reid announced on Friday that Mahomes would indeed return and start for the Chiefs when they visit the Tennessee Titans in Week 10. It was possible the All-Pro quarterback could’ve taken the field last week against the Minnesota Vikings, but Reid and the medical staff wanted to exercise caution.
Backup Matt Moore was able to lead the Chiefs to the win and went 1-1 as starter, while also closing out the aforementioned win over the Broncos, allowing for the additional week of rest and recovery for Mahomes.
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