Chiefs First-Round Cornerback Returns To Practice From Injured Reserve

The Kansas City Chiefs, while not the same squad without the NFL's most dangerous receiver in Tyreek Hill, are still incredibly talent, but it's the improvement of their defence that could be one of the biggest difference's for this team in 2022, as they look to once again get back to the Super Bowl. With that in mind, the team used their 2022 first-round pick on very impressive young cornerback Trent McDuffie out of Washington, who unfortunately injured his hamstring in the teams season opener in Arizona against the Cardinals. 

He made just one tackle in his NFL debut before leaving the game with an injury, but now, the team has designated him to return from Injured Reserve, meaning he now has a few days of practice ahead of him before potentially returning in Week 6 when the Chiefs take on the Buffalo Bills in an absolute AFC blockbuster on Sunday.

The Chiefs and Bills both come into the game with 4-1 records, and both have looked very impressive, but if McDuffie and the rest of this secondary can do anything to slow Josh Allen down, the Chiefs are in with a very good chance of taking down the AFC favourite Bills. 

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