Kansas City Chiefs Wide Receiver Considered Day-To-Day

The Kansas City Chiefs once again proved that they have arguably the best offence in the entire NFL, even without three of their most important weapons, and while Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Mecole Hardman are out for at least another three games, there's a chance that a deadline pickup could make his return soon.

That would be Kadarius Toney, who continued his health struggles by missing the Week 12 win over the Los Angeles Rams with a hamstring injury, and now, Andy Reid has announced that he is considered day-to-day, with the team being confident he could potentially return in Week 13.

Toney was a first-round draft pick of the New York Giants in 2021, but has played in just a total of 15 out of 30 possible games since that time, and while he's an incredible talent when healthy, the issues staying on the field may eventually catch up to his potential.

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