Kansas City Chiefs Activate Running Back From Injured Reserve

The Kansas City Chiefs are just days away from their third Super Bowl in the past four seasons, and while the offence is already stacked with stars like Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce and JuJu Smith-Schuster, today, they got a massive boost which will help them in a big way come Super Bowl Sunday.

Today, the team officially activated Clyde Edwards-Helaire from Injured Reserve, and while it's not yet a guarantee he'll be active in Super Bowl LVII, potentially having him alongside Isaiah Pacheco would be a massive boost to an already stacked offence.

Edwards-Helaire may have had the worst season of his professional career, accumulating just 302 yards on the ground and 151 through the air, but as a depth piece next to Pacheco and Jerick McKinnon, he'll be very valuable, especially with his Super Bowl experience.

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