Kansas City Chiefs Fans will be watching two players in the hours before The Chiefs host the Tennesee Titans at GEHA Stadium at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday evening: new wide receiver Kadarius Toney and rising linebacker Trent McDuffie.
As of Friday, it appears that both are expected to play.
WR Kadarius Toney
the bosses She snagged wide receiver Kadarius Toney of the New York Giants during a farewell last weekAnd he had the opportunity to work with the team during the three days of training leading up to Sunday night’s game.
On Friday, coach Andy Reed revealed what he witnessed during those workouts.
“He did a good job,” Reid said. “I appreciate his efforts and he is a quick learner. We will see. We have a couple [plays] For him, but let’s just see, and see what happens.”
Reed added that he expects Tony to be active from Friday.
CB Trent McDuffy
Rookie Trent McDuffie hasn’t played since injuring his hamstring during the team’s Week 1 match against Arizona Cardinals. McDuffie trained with the Chiefs for the past two weeks prior to farewell week but didn’t play in matches against buffalo bills And the San Francisco 49ers.
Looks like this will change against the Titans.
It looked good, and now (Friday afternoon), that’s what we’re thinking. We’ll see,” McDuffie’s Reed said.
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