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Factoid: Rashod Bateman

There was a story last week that John Harbaugh thinks that Rashod Bateman has a great future. "He'll be starting and playing a lot of snaps for us next year," he told an ESPN reporter. Coaches say optimistic things like this all the time. Is this actually a case where we should believe him?  more »

Factoid: KC rushing

You’ve got the hand it to Matt Nagy. He’s hanging in there with those wide receiver running plays. They rarely amount to much, but he keeps calling them.   more »



Kansas City WR Toney “good to go” for season opener

Kansas City head coach Andy Reid said over the weekend that wide receiver KADARIUS TONEY is “good to go” heading into the season opener on Thursday evening against the Detroit Lions.More Toney missed most of training camp and all the offseason after undergoing another knee procedure. Reid added that Toney was “moving around pretty good”. Kansas City is hopeful that Toney can become the true No. 1 receiver they haven’t had since trading TYREEK HILL during the 2022 offseason, but his injury history tells fantasy owners to proceed with caution. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Kansas City WR James getting more work amid wideout injuries

Kansas City wide receiver RICHIE JAMES could be in for an increased workload in the weeks ahead as the team’s wide receiver corps continues to deal with injuries. After signing withMore Kansas City in April, James looked impressive during training camp and the team’s first preseason game. With fellow wide receiver JUSTYN ROSS dinged up during Tuesday’s practice (he did return on Wednesday) and KADARIUS TONEY still out, Ross has more time to get comfortable with PATRICK MAHOMES. While the wideout room in Kansas City is deep, Ross is worth keeping an eye on. Less


Ask the Experts: Which camp battle interests you most?

ASK THE EXPERTS appears weekly from training camp through the Super Bowl with answers to a new question being posted Thursday morning. How the guest experts responded when we asked them: Which camp battle interests you most?  more »


Kansas City WR Toney aggravates knee injury

Kansas City wide receiver KADARIUS TONEY aggravated an injury to his knee on Sunday and will miss practice time in the weeks ahead. Toney is reportedly expected to be ready toMore roll for the start of the regular season against the upstart Detroit Lions. Toney, who underwent an offseason cleanup procedure on his knee, is expected to be a centerpiece of the Kansas City offense this season. Unfortunately, Toney has yet to play a full NFL season because of injuries. Less


Fantasy News: Skyy Moore

Skyy Moore had a lesser rookie year, but I’m not giving up on him just yet. He chipped in a few plays, and I think there’s still a chance he’ll emerge.   more »



Toney the next WR1 for Kansas City?

Kansas City won the Super Bowl last year without a traditional No. 1 wide receiver. Heading into this season, Kansas City GM Brett Veach says that he and the team haveMore “high hopes” for wide receiver KADARIUS TONEY. Kansas City acquired Toney, a first-round pick in 2021, last October for a third-round pick and a sixth-round pick in 2023. Time will tell if Toney can become the potential successor to former star wide receiver TYREEK HILL. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Factoid: Skyy Moore

There will be some adjustments made to Kansas City’s receiving corps in the offseason. Neither JuJu Smith-Schuster nor Marquez Valdes-Scantling is sure to be back, and I’m expecting both Kadarius Toney and Skyy Moore will play larger roles.   more »


Ian Allan: Super Bowl notebook

Thoughts on a few players after Sunday’s Super Bowl:   more »



Kansas City offense banged up heading into Super Bowl

Kansas City quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES was limping badly by the end of Sunday’s AFC Championship game and will likely use the two weeks leading up to the Super Bowl for restMore and recovery. The same can be said for tight end TRAVIS KELCE, who played through remnants of back spasms that left him limited on Sunday. A trio of wideouts will also benefit from the additional recovery time, including KADARIUS TONEY (ankle), JUJU SMITH-SCHUSTER (knee), and MECOLE HARDMAN (pelvis). All three watched the dramatic conclusion of Sunday’s game from the sideline. Less

Source: Various

Factoid: Kansas City

Patrick Mahomes threw 41 touchdowns in the regular season, and he did it without any of the wide receivers on his team catching more than 4 touchdowns. Kansas City doesn’t use that position much inside the red zone. More commonly, Kansas City has featured Travis Kelce and Jerick McKinnon around the goal line. Kelce has caught 12 touchdowns (plus 2 more in the playoffs), while McKinnon has caught 9.   more »



Kansas City WR Toney expected to play vs. Texans

Kansas City wide receiver KADARIUS TONEY has been dealing with a hamstring issue but he is reportedly expected to play today against the Houston Texans. Toney has not played since Week #11 due to the injury but he appears set to return.

Source: Various


Mahomes throws 4 touchdowns vs. Jaguars

Kansas City quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES led the way in Sunday’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, throwing 4 touchdown passes on behalf of his team and his fantasy owners. Mahomes threw eachMore of his touchdowns to four different receivers, spreading the ball around against the Jaguars. Newcomer KADARIUS TONEY looks like he is getting acclimated to the offense, but fellow wide receiver JUJU SMITH-SCHUSTER left the game early on a hard hit that landed him in the concussion protocol. Less



Giants WR Golladay expected to return vs. Texans

New York Giants head coach Brian Daboll said on Tuesday that veteran wide receiver KENNY GOLLADAY is likely to return for Sunday’s game against the Houston Texans. Golladay has missed theMore last four games with a sprained MCL. He returned to a limited practice session on Tuesday and could provide the Giants with a solid weapon despite his lackluster Giants tenure so far. Shortly after the Giants shipped fellow wide receiver KADARIUS TONEY off to Kansas City, Golladay expressed a desire to not only remain in New York, but to come back strong and help the Giants reach the playoffs. Less

Source: Team Blog

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