In Week 1, Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs had a slight wrist injury while playing against the Arizona Cardinals, but he is sure that he will be fine to play on Thursday against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Although the results of X-rays on Mahomes’s injured hand were negative, the quarterback was not included in the team’s Monday practice report. Mahomes told reporters on Tuesday that his wrist is fine and that he expects to play against Justin Herbert and the Chargers on Thursday Night Football.
Nate Taylor relayed that Mahomes noted, “Today it felt a lot better” about his left wrist. I think I’ll be fine.
Patrick Mahomes on his left wrist: “Today it felt a lot better. I’m sure I’ll be good to go.”
— Nate Taylor (@ByNateTaylor) September 13, 2022
Fans of the Kansas City Chiefs were understandably worried about quarterback Patrick Mahomes when he suffered a minor injury, but it’s good news that he’s recovering quickly. The wrist he doesn’t throw from was hurt, so he shouldn’t have any problems throwing on Thursday.
Chad Henne would start for the Chiefs if Patrick Mahomes were unable to play, although that scenario is extremely unlikely at this point.
Patrick Mahomes’ season opener against the Arizona Cardinals was a smashing success, as he threw for 360 yards and five touchdowns. Mahomes had a perfect night of passing, completing all 30 of his passes and without throwing an interception. He didn’t seem to miss Tyreek Hill’s presence in the passing game at all, as he completed passes to nine different receivers while throwing to a season-high 10.
While Mahomes will almost probably be available for the Chiefs on Thursday, Keenan Allen is likely to miss the Chargers’ Week 2 matchup due to a hamstring injury.
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