Chiefs operating again Clyde Edwards-Helaire has been dominated out of Sunday’s sport in opposition to the Steelers with a collarbone injury, the staff introduced.
Edwards-Helaire was injured within the third quarter after a two-yard run that ended with him being pushed into the bottom by a defender. He then walked to the locker room and was ultimately dominated out.
He scored the sport’s first landing with a one-yard run. He completed his day with 27 yards on the bottom off of 9 carries.
Along with his absence, Kansas Metropolis appeared to Darrel Williams and Derrick Gore to hold the load for the staff within the backfield. Edwards-Helaire leads the Chiefs in dashing yards this season at 517. He’s discovered the tip zone thrice on the bottom and twice by the air this season. It’s unclear if this injury will hinder him from showing in subsequent week’s sport.
The Chiefs went on to beat the Steelers 36–10. With the win, Kansas Metropolis clinched a playoff spot.
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