Kansas City bosses are likely to escape Clyde Edwards-Heller against the Buffalo Bills in Sunday’s AFC title match, according to ESPN Adam Shefter.
The bosses are likely to go back to Clyde Edwards-Heller, but will be left without Le’Veon Bell for today’s AFC Championship game against buffalo accounts at source.
In addition, the Chiefs will test WR Sammy Watkins’ preliminaries, but it does not sound optimistic that he will play today.
– Adam Shecheter (@AdamSchefter) January 24, 2021
Edwards-Heller is official dubious entering the game due to a high ankle sprain he suffered against the New Orleans Saints in week 1
Wide successor Sammy Watkins, who is also dubious, is an in-game decision due to a calf injury. Watkins will lead the bosses in post-season admission in both 2018 and 2019. The bosses must use a combination of McCall Hardman, Demarkus Robinson and Byron Pringle if Watkins misses his second consecutive playoff game (division round analysis).
Cornerback Basho Briland cleared the concussion protocol on Saturday and will play against Bills.
The bosses play the bills for the right to represent the AFC in the Super Bowl LV at 5:40 p.m. Arrowhead Time.