The Chiefs were missing three wide receivers in Thursday’s practice, and head coach Andy Reid cast serious doubts about bringing one back in Super Bowl LVII against the Eagles.
Mekor Hardman He returned to action in the AFC Championship Game after a lengthy layoff with a pelvic injury, but was kicked out of the win against the Bengals after exacerbating it. Listed, Reed said Thursday he doesn’t expect Hardman to return to Arizona.
“Me doubt he will succeed super bowl. He wasn’t going to be denied the other day. That’s the reward for the child. He pushes himself like no other. He’s a tough, tough kid,” Reed said via TheAthletic.com’s Nate Taylor.
Things are looking better for the team’s other injured wideout. Kadarius Tony (ankle) and Juju Smith Schuster (Knee) doesn’t practice, but Tony participated in the walkthrough.Reid is optimistic that Smith-Schuster will be healthy enough to go on Feb. 12.
corner back Jarius Sneed Stay on the concussion protocol and don’t practice Thursday.