Patrick Mahomes is excellent to go.
The Super Bowl LIV MVP informed press reporters Friday he cleared the last stage of concussion protocol and will be able to play in the AFC Champion versus the Buffalo Bills.
Mahomes was forced to leave the Kansas Chiefs ‘divisional-round video game versus the Cleveland Browns early after hitting his head on the ground on a take on. He was helped up by his teammates however didn’t look like he knew he was in Arrowhead Arena playing in a championship game.
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He was last seen heading back to the locker space under his own power however did not return. Chad Henne entered the video game and tossed a bad interception, providing the Browns some hope. Henne would redeem himself later in the game with a gutsy scramble and a game-ending completion.
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (15) is helped off the field by colleague Mike Remmers, right, after getting hurt throughout the 2nd half of an NFL divisional round football video game against the Cleveland Browns, Sunday, Jan. 17, 2021, in Kansas City. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel).
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Chiefs coach Andy Reid informed press reporters previously in the day that Mahomes just needed clearance from an independent neurological expert and the Chiefs’ medical professional.
Bills coach Sean McDermott told reporters that the group was preparing as if Mahomes was going to play.
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Kansas City is one win away from a second successive Super Bowl look.