Report: Patrick Mahomes takes all snaps at Chiefs practice, still in concussion protocol

Justin Benjamin
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Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes’ availability for the AFC Championship Game is in question.

However, Chiefs head coach Andy Reid revealed that Mahomes took all the snaps in practice on Wednesday.

Mahomes, 25, went down in the third quarter of Sunday’s playoff contest against the Cleveland Browns. He was diagnosed with a concussion shortly after.

Although the Chiefs were without Mahomes for the rest of the game, they secured a 22-17 win. Backup quarterback Chad Henne served as a replacement for Mahomes, who was placed in the NFL’s concussion protocol.

Certainly, the Chiefs want their superstar quarterback for their duel against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.

On Monday, Mahomes reportedly took some big steps in order to return, though a status for the upcoming game is still unclear. The Chiefs signed Mahomes to a massive 10-year, $503 million extension in the offseason.

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