After a shocking injury report, the Chiefs will be missing a key player for the Super Bowl.

After a shocking injury report, the Chiefs will be missing a key player for the Super Bowl.

With an amazing 17–10 win over the Baltimore Ravens, the Kansas City Chiefs made it to Super Bowl 58.

But their defense took a hit on Monday when pass-buster Charles Omenihu tore his ACL in the AFC Championship Game and couldn’t play in the Super Bowl. They will now play the San Francisco 49ers.

Including the round of 16. It was Omenihu’s only sack of the postseason, but he still had ten sacks against the Chiefs this season. Nine of them were in the regular season.

Omenihu joined the Chiefs as an independent player this past offseason. He had been in the NFC for most of the last two years.

Toney responded on Instagram Live with a short video in which he said the Chiefs lying about his injury.

The Kansas City Chiefs said on Saturday that Kadarius Toney hurt his hip and would not play in their AFC championship game on Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens.

Toney said on Sunday, “Man, that s*** crap.” “I’m fine. Not any of that nonsense. Put that s*** away. On God, don’t hurt. Not at all. It goes from the hip to the ankle and this way to that.”

After the Chiefs beat the Ravens during the AFC championship game on Sunday, head coach Andy Reid talked about Toney’s claim.

The league has fined teams in the past for giving false information about injuries, so that accusation could have had serious effects on both Reed and the team.

Reid said on Monday, “That part wasn’t put up at all; he was on the injury report.” Yes, it was the identical Kansas City squad that helped him through a tough season in 2023.

After celebrating the arrival of his first child, a daughter, on Saturday, the troubled receiver should be thrilled, right? Instead, he’s criticizing the Chiefs on YouTube.

Whether it was the first game of the season when he dropped several passes against the Detroit Lions and when he deleted all of his social media followers after getting a lot of bad feedback about that game.

I hope you’ve been waiting to hear Taylor Swift for two weeks! Just getting your mind ready for that, because that’s probably what we’ll see if the Kansas City Chiefs can make it to the Super Bowl and play the San Francisco 49ers.

No, you’re not having a deja vu moment. In February 2020, we did have that very same Super Bowl.

Besides Taylor Swift, “WHAT WAS DAN CAMPBELL THINKING?” is something else NFL fans might talk about in the coming weeks.

This past Sunday, the Lions coach bet his home on two distinct fourth-down plays. He lost both bets, so he no longer owns a house.

In today’s newsletter, we’ll talk about the ones fourth-down calls and also break down the Lions’ whole collapse.

We’ll also talk about the Super Bowl ahead of time, but we won’t go into too much detail because we have two weeks to talk about it.

Greg Auman of FOX Sports says that Hamlin is one of the five nominees to receive the NFLPA’s Hal Page Community Award. This award recognizes outstanding community service.

The award came with a $100,000 donation towards Chasing M’s Foundation, which Hamlin won last year.

Their website says that the foundation is “committed to the growth, health, and safety of youth via sports, engagement activities, training, and programming.”