NFL Injury Report:  Kansas City Chiefs Miss ‘Proud Dad’ Kadarius Toney and 3 Others as Near-Fit Ravens Test Andy Reid’s Dynasty

The Chiefs are set to face the Ravens in the AFC Championship, but can they advance without Kadarius Toney? The Chiefs will probably move forward without the wide receiver this Sunday for six straight games. Toney has been inactive since week 15 against the Patriots while dealing with the hip issue. His practice was limited throughout the week, leaving his status questionable for the Ravens matchup. However, the squad made it official on Friday that the wide receiver is no longer in contention.

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This season, the Ravens played to their full potential, with Lamar Jackson conquering all hearts. And losing a prime player like Kadarius Toney could cost them the game. Although the Chiefs are still leading the position, with Patrick Mahomes etching his name in NFL history records for maximum touchdowns, the NFL requires a collective effort to win the match. Under such circumstances, Toney’s as well as the others presence is most important. However, shockingly, apart from injury, the wide receiver also has some personal reasons.

Kadarius Toney is out of the match!


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Per the recent update on the Kansas City Chiefs’s official X post, Toney is out of the match considering his hip injury. But the recent X update on NFL Insider James Palmer’s account highlights the WR’s reasons for this decision. According to him, Toney has just turned into the “father” of a baby girl. The post reads,” Kadarius Toney had his first child tonight. A baby girl. That’s where the personal part of his designation came from.” He further emphasized that his hip injury is also a cause, apart from personal reasons.


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Kadarius Toney had his first child tonight. A baby girl. That’s where the personal part of his designation came from. He’s also dealing with a hip injury that is keeping him out tomorrow.

— James Palmer (@JamesPalmerTV) January 28, 2024

The WR has missed the last six games. But in his short 13-game regular season appearance, he has completed 27 receptions for 169 yards and one touchdown. Considering his record, his presence will surely be felt by the team. Moreover, the other three players will not be present in the matchup, including DT Derrick Nnadi, WR Sky Moore, and OT Prince Tega Wanogha. They are suffering from tricep, knee, and squad injuries.

However, Isiah Pacheco was activated after he incurred a toe injury and was also in practice this Friday for the first time. Moreover, Underdog NFL’s X page confirms his presence, as it says, “Isiah Pacheco will play in the conference championship.” Given that these players are not participating in the showdown, can the Chiefs hold their ground against the Ravens?


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Ravens and Chiefs: The ultimate showdown!

The Ravens are confronting the Chiefs in the AFC championship at AT&T Bank Stadium on Sunday. As usual, the Ravens continue to be the talk of the town. On top of that, they are holding the top seed in the AFC West. Lamar Jackson has an extensive record for 26 TDS with a completion rate of 72.7% in the playoff games. On the other hand, the Chiefs are not to be underestimated as they hold elite records, with Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce becoming the top QB and TE duo in the league, suppressing the likes of Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski.

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But the Chiefs are still holding back in terms of injured players. They have 17 players on the injury list, with Mike Edwards as questionable and Kadarius Toney out of the matchup. While the Ravens only have five players on the injured list, However, nothing can be determined based on this. Only time will tell the exact result. But what are your thoughts on the matter? Comment below!

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