Kansas City Chiefs Offensive Weapon Has Troubling New Injury Ahead Of Afc Championship Game

Written by Robert J. Matthews

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The Kansas City Chiefs must monitor a fresh injury this week before their AFC Championship Game clash with the Baltimore Ravens. 

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The Chiefs already had offensive guard Joe Thuney availability issues; now they have a backfield issue.

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Peter Sweeney said running back Isiah Pacheco injured his toe in the Chiefs' divisional playoff win against the Bills. He didn't practice Wednesday.

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Skyy Moore, Trey Smith, and Thuney did not practice Wednesday.

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Reid told NFL Network's Tom Pelissero Pacheco's injury is “getting better.” Pacheco expects to play against the Ravens.

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However, running backs usually worry about toe injuries. Even if Pacheco plays the Ravens, his toe may hamper him in the AFC Championship Game. 

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Due to wide receiver struggles throughout season, the Chiefs need a strong backfield.

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