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  • Isiah Pacheco KC RB
    Chiefs' Isiah Pacheco: Contributes as pass catcher in win
    20m ago

    Pacheco rushed 10 times for 26 yards and secured five of six targets for 59 yards during the Chiefs' 23-20 win over the Bengals in Sunday's AFC Championship Game. He also returned two kickoffs for 45 yards.

    Pacheco, who did an excellent job breaking tackles and getting to the second level throughout his rookie season, somewhat surprisingly found running room at a premium throughout Sunday's game. However, with the Chiefs' wideout depth chart suffering some serious in-game attrition thanks to injuries to JuJu Smith-Schuster (knee), Mecole Hardman (pelvis) and Kadarius Toney (ankle), Pacheco recorded his highest reception, receiving yardage and target totals as a pro yet. The Rutgers product showed off some of the same penchant for getting past first contact as a pass catcher, and depending on the health of the aforementioned wideouts and backfield mate Clyde Edwards-Helaire (IR-ankle), Pacheco could be in for another busy day in the Super Bowl LVII matchup against the Eagles on Sunday, Feb. 12.

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  • Joe Mixon CIN RB
    Bengals' Joe Mixon: Struggles in season-ending loss
    23m ago

    Mixon rushed eight times for 19 yards and caught all three of his targets for 15 yards in Sunday's 23-20 AFC Championship Game loss to the Chiefs.

    With Cincinnati's offensive line needing all the blocking help it could get against Kansas City's pass rush, Mixon ceded significant playing time to superior blocker Samaje Perine, who had 26 scrimmage yards on eight touches, including a two-yard rushing touchdown in the fourth quarter. It was a disappointing ending to an up and down season for Mixon, who had five scrimmage touchdowns in Week 9 against the Panthers but only five touchdowns in 16 other appearances between the regular season and playoffs. Mixon has two years remaining on his deal with the Bengals, while Perine's set to be an unrestricted free agent.

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  • Ja'Marr Chase CIN WR
    Bengals' Ja'Marr Chase: Six catches not enough in loss
    24m ago

    Chase caught six of eight targets for 75 yards in Sunday's 23-20 AFC Championship Game loss to the Chiefs.

    Chase finished three targets and eight receiving yards shy of Tee Higgins' team-leading totals, and Chase was also held out of the end zone for the first time this postseason while Higgins scored his first touchdown of the playoffs. The fifth overall selection in the 2021 NFL Draft was brilliant again in his second NFL season, needing only 12 games to rack up 1,046 yards and nine touchdowns in the regular season before adding 220 yards and two touchdowns in three playoff games.

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  • Tee Higgins CIN WR
    Bengals' Tee Higgins: Scores TD in AFCCG loss
    27m ago

    Higgins caught six of 11 targets for 83 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 23-20 AFC Championship Game loss to the Chiefs.

    Higgins played second fiddle to Ja'Marr Chase in Cincinnati's previous two playoff games, but the former led the team in both targets and receiving yards in this hotly contested AFC Championship Game. His biggest play was a 27-yard touchdown, which tied the score at 13 apiece in the third quarter. Higgins recorded his second consecutive 1,000-yard regular season before adding 148 yards and one touchdown across three playoff games. The 24-year-old wide receiver has established himself as a key piece of Cincinnati's passing attack, which is projected to return the core of Chase, Higgins and quarterback Joe Burrow in 2023.

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  • Joe Burrow CIN QB
    Bengals' Joe Burrow: Comes up just short at Arrowhead
    28m ago

    Burrow completed 26 of 41 passes for 270 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions in Sunday's 23-20 AFC Championship Game loss to the Chiefs. He added 30 yards on four rushing attempts.

    Burrow threw a game-tying, 27-yard touchdown to Tee Higgins in the third quarter and had the ball with a chance to win it down the stretch, but Kansas City's defense got a crucial third-down stop by sacking Burrow for the fifth time. The Chiefs kicked the winning field goal in the final seconds on their ensuing possession to avenge last season's AFC Championship Game loss to Burrow's Bengals. After throwing for 4,475 yards and a 35:12 TD:INT in the regular season, Burrow added four more touchdown passes, a rushing touchdown and two interceptions in three postseason games.

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  • Travis Kelce KC TE
    Chiefs' Travis Kelce: TD grab in conference championship
    29m ago

    Kelce secured seven of eight targets for 78 yards and a touchdown and committed a fumble recovered by Kansas City during the Chiefs' 23-20 win over the Bengals in Sunday's AFC Championship Game.

    Kelce had found production hard to come by against the Bengals defense in the last three meetings over the last two seasons, but he appeared to be on his way to a big day Sunday after amassing a 4-55-1 line in the first half. The touchdown came from 14 yards out on a fourth-down play late in the first half to extend the Chiefs' lead to 13-3 at the time, but Kelce was largely kept in check over the final two quarters. Nevertheless, he'll be set for potentially even more work than usual during the Super Bowl LVII matchup against the Eagles in two weeks' time if any of wideouts JuJu Smith-Schuster (knee), Kadarius Toney (ankle) and Mecole Hardman (pelvis), who all left Sunday's contest with their injuries, remain sidelined.

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  • Joe Burrow CIN QB
    Bengals' Joe Burrow: Comes up just short at Arrowhead
    28m ago

    Burrow completed 26 of 41 passes for 270 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions in Sunday's 23-20 AFC Championship Game loss to the Chiefs. He added 30 yards on four rushing attempts.

    Burrow threw a game-tying, 27-yard touchdown to Tee Higgins in the third quarter and had the ball with a chance to win it down the stretch, but Kansas City's defense got a crucial third-down stop by sacking Burrow for the fifth time. The Chiefs kicked the winning field goal in the final seconds on their ensuing possession to avenge last season's AFC Championship Game loss to Burrow's Bengals. After throwing for 4,475 yards and a 35:12 TD:INT in the regular season, Burrow added four more touchdown passes, a rushing touchdown and two interceptions in three postseason games.

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  • Patrick Mahomes KC QB
    Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: Propels team to Super Bowl LVII
    41m ago

    Mahomes completed 29 of 43 passes for 326 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions during the Chiefs' 23-20 win over the Bengals in Sunday's AFC Championship Game. He also rushed three times for eight yards and lost a fumble.

    Mahomes unsurprisingly had a critical role in the Chiefs finally getting over the hump against Joe Burrow's Bengals, not only with his overall stellar day through the air, but even with an otherwise unremarkable five-yard run in his final touch of the contest. The perennial All-Pro quarterback connected with Travis Kelce and Marquez Valdes-Scantling for touchdown passes of 14 and 19 yards, respectively, but it was his decision to pull the ball down and take off on a third-down play with 17 seconds remaining that helped lead to a game-winning 45-yard field goal by Harrison Butker, as he was able to draw an unnecessary roughness penalty on his way out of bounds that gave Kansas City 15 extremely valuable yards. Mahomes will now have two weeks to get further treatment and rest for his gimpy ankle before having to face the Eagles' vaunted, league-best pass rush in Super Bowl LVII, but the health of Kadarius Toney (ankle), JuJu Smith-Schuster (knee) and Mecole Hardman (pelvis), who all exited Sunday's game with their respective injuries, will also be integral to Mahomes' overall success in such a difficult matchup.

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  • Jalen Hurts PHI QB
    Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Quiet performance in big win
    2h ago

    Hurts completed 15 of 25 passes for 121 yards and added 39 rushing yards and a touchdown on 11 carries in Sunday's 31-7 win over the 49ers in the NFC Championship Game.

    What seemed like it would be a fearsome battle turned into a rout after the Niners lost Brock Purdy to an elbow injury early in the game and was forced to turn to journeyman Josh Johnson (concussion) under center. As a result, the Eagles didn't really need to air it out at all, and all four of the team's TDs came on the ground. Hurts picked up one of them on a one-year run late in the third quarter, but otherwise didn't need to do too much. The low passing numbers could give rise to questions about the health of his elbow, but with two weeks to rest before the Super Bowl, Hurts should be 100 percent as Philly tries to win its second title in six years.

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  • Brock Purdy SF QB
    49ers' Brock Purdy: Suffers elbow injury in loss
    2h ago

    Purdy (elbow) suffered an injury to his throwing arm early in Sunday's 31-7 playoff loss to the Eagles, resulting in four completed passes for 23 yards (one fumble lost).

    Purdy technically finished the contest, but only for show after backup Josh Johnson (concussion) was knocked out of the game in the second half. The 23-year-old attempted just one short pass attempt in the second half, as it was apparent that he couldn't throw the ball with his damaged elbow. Purdy will undergo tests on his elbow Monday to determine the severity of the injury, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. The third-string rookie surpassed any expectations anyone had for him this season, finishing with a 7-1 as a starter with 16 passing touchdowns to three interceptions. Purdy should be the leading candidate to start for the 49ers in 2023, assuming his upcoming MRI doesn't reveal structural damage to his elbow.

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  • Brock Purdy SF QB
    49ers' Brock Purdy: Likely out at least six weeks
    2h ago

    Purdy (elbow) is believed to have injured his ulnar collateral ligament in Sunday's 31-7 NFC Championship Game loss to the Eagles and will have an MRI on the injury Monday, Adam Schefter of ESPN.com reports.

    Purdy came back into the game after backup Josh Johnson was knocked out by a concussion, but San Francisco's playbook was limited predominantly to runs and screens. The rookie quarterback ultimately completed all four of his pass attempts for 23 yards. If the UCL isn't ruptured, Purdy would likely face a six-week recovery. Otherwise, his recovery timetable could be even lengthier.

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  • Josh Johnson SF QB
    49ers' Josh Johnson: Won't return to Sunday's game
    5h ago

    Johnson (concussion) won't return to Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the Eagles.

    With Johnson having been ruled out for the rest of the contest, Brock Purdy is back in the game despite dealing with a right elbow injury. Prior to his exit, Johnson completed seven of his 13 passing attempts for 74 yards.

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  • Isiah Pacheco KC RB
    Chiefs' Isiah Pacheco: Contributes as pass catcher in win
    20m ago

    Pacheco rushed 10 times for 26 yards and secured five of six targets for 59 yards during the Chiefs' 23-20 win over the Bengals in Sunday's AFC Championship Game. He also returned two kickoffs for 45 yards.

    Pacheco, who did an excellent job breaking tackles and getting to the second level throughout his rookie season, somewhat surprisingly found running room at a premium throughout Sunday's game. However, with the Chiefs' wideout depth chart suffering some serious in-game attrition thanks to injuries to JuJu Smith-Schuster (knee), Mecole Hardman (pelvis) and Kadarius Toney (ankle), Pacheco recorded his highest reception, receiving yardage and target totals as a pro yet. The Rutgers product showed off some of the same penchant for getting past first contact as a pass catcher, and depending on the health of the aforementioned wideouts and backfield mate Clyde Edwards-Helaire (IR-ankle), Pacheco could be in for another busy day in the Super Bowl LVII matchup against the Eagles on Sunday, Feb. 12.

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  • Joe Mixon CIN RB
    Bengals' Joe Mixon: Struggles in season-ending loss
    23m ago

    Mixon rushed eight times for 19 yards and caught all three of his targets for 15 yards in Sunday's 23-20 AFC Championship Game loss to the Chiefs.

    With Cincinnati's offensive line needing all the blocking help it could get against Kansas City's pass rush, Mixon ceded significant playing time to superior blocker Samaje Perine, who had 26 scrimmage yards on eight touches, including a two-yard rushing touchdown in the fourth quarter. It was a disappointing ending to an up and down season for Mixon, who had five scrimmage touchdowns in Week 9 against the Panthers but only five touchdowns in 16 other appearances between the regular season and playoffs. Mixon has two years remaining on his deal with the Bengals, while Perine's set to be an unrestricted free agent.

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  • Miles Sanders PHI RB
    Eagles' Miles Sanders: Finds end zone twice against Niners
    1h ago

    Sanders carried the ball 11 times for 42 yards and two touchdowns and caught his only target for three yards in Sunday's 31-7 win over the 49ers.

    San Francisco's offense fell apart after Brock Purdy (elbow) got hurt, leading to a fairly easy win for Philly and a ground-heavy attack fueled by Sanders TDs in the first and second quarters. Kenneth Gainwell actually ended up leading the Eagles in rushing yards, but he saw most of his touches once the game was out of reach. The scores were Sanders' first since Week 14, and he figures to be a key part of the team's game plan Feb. 12 in the Super Bowl.

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  • Christian McCaffrey SF RB
    49ers' Christian McCaffrey: Lone bright spot on offense
    3h ago

    McCaffrey (calf) rushed 15 times for 84 yards and a touchdown while catching all four of his targets for 22 yards in Sunday's 31-7 playoff loss to the Eagles.

    McCaffrey also attempted a pass after both of San Francisco's active quarterbacks were injured -- but unlike his lone pass attempt that went for a touchdown earlier this season -- this one fell for an incompletion. The multi-talented back provided an early spark when he pinballed off multiple defenders for a long touchdown run in the first quarter, but he faced stacked boxes in the second half playing virtually without a quarterback. McCaffrey had an excellent regular season (1,880 total yards and 14 combined touchdowns) to complement his strong playoff run, and he played in every game for the first time since 2019. CMC was a great fit in San Francisco and remains under contract next year, which should have the fantasy stud near the top of draft boards as we look towards next season

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  • Tyrion Davis-Price SF RB
    49ers' Tyrion Davis-Price: Inactive Sunday
    9h ago

    Davis-Price is inactive for Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the Eagles.

    With Davis-Price a healthy scratch and Elijah Mitchell sidelined by a groin injury, Tevin Coleman and Jordan Mason are on hand to provide running back depth Sunday behind the 49ers' top option at the position Christian McCaffrey.

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  • Elijah Mitchell SF RB
    49ers' Elijah Mitchell: Inactive Sunday
    9h ago

    Mitchell (groin) is inactive for Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the Eagles, Lindsey Pallares of the 49ers' official site reports..

    Mitchell approached the game listed as questionable after not practicing this past week, and he'll be unavailable Sunday, which sets the stage for Jordan Mason and Tevin Coleman to log complementary snaps behind top running back Christian McCaffrey, with the versatile Deebo Samuel also mixing in. If the 49ers defeat the Eagles, Mitchell's next chance to see game action will arrive Sunday, Feb. 12 in the Super Bowl.

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  • Ja'Marr Chase CIN WR
    Bengals' Ja'Marr Chase: Six catches not enough in loss
    24m ago

    Chase caught six of eight targets for 75 yards in Sunday's 23-20 AFC Championship Game loss to the Chiefs.

    Chase finished three targets and eight receiving yards shy of Tee Higgins' team-leading totals, and Chase was also held out of the end zone for the first time this postseason while Higgins scored his first touchdown of the playoffs. The fifth overall selection in the 2021 NFL Draft was brilliant again in his second NFL season, needing only 12 games to rack up 1,046 yards and nine touchdowns in the regular season before adding 220 yards and two touchdowns in three playoff games.

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  • Tee Higgins CIN WR
    Bengals' Tee Higgins: Scores TD in AFCCG loss
    27m ago

    Higgins caught six of 11 targets for 83 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 23-20 AFC Championship Game loss to the Chiefs.

    Higgins played second fiddle to Ja'Marr Chase in Cincinnati's previous two playoff games, but the former led the team in both targets and receiving yards in this hotly contested AFC Championship Game. His biggest play was a 27-yard touchdown, which tied the score at 13 apiece in the third quarter. Higgins recorded his second consecutive 1,000-yard regular season before adding 148 yards and one touchdown across three playoff games. The 24-year-old wide receiver has established himself as a key piece of Cincinnati's passing attack, which is projected to return the core of Chase, Higgins and quarterback Joe Burrow in 2023.

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  • Marquez Valdes-Scantling KC WR
    Chiefs' Marquez Valdes-Scantling: Best game yet as Chief in win
    33m ago

    Valdes-Scantling brought in six of eight targets for 116 yards and a touchdown during the Chiefs' 23-20 win over the Bengals in Sunday's AFC Championship Game.

    The talented speedster put together his best yardage total as a Chief yet and produced his second touchdown in as many weeks with a 19-yard scoring grab with 4:15 remaining in the third quarter. Valdes-Scantling's yardage tally was also a team-high figure, and thanks in part to in-game injuries to JuJu Smith-Schuster (knee), Mecole Hardman (pelvis) and Kadarius Toney (ankle), his target tally also tied Travis Kelce's for tops on Kansas City. MVS could be headed for another busy day in Super Bowl LVII versus the Eagles in two weeks' time, not only because of his field-stretching capability, but due to the potential absence or limitations of some of his fellow wideouts as well.

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  • DeVonta Smith PHI WR
    Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Modest numbers against Niners
    1h ago

    Smith caught two of three targets for a team-high 36 yards in Sunday's 31-7 win over the 49ers in the NFC Championship Game.

    Brock Purdy (elbow) got hurt early for San Francisco, and Philly simply didn't need to throw the ball much after that. Smith's 29-yard catch on the Eagles' opening drive was the longest play of the game for either team, however, and set up a six-yard score for Miles Sanders. It still resulted in Smith's lowest yardage total since Week 9, but he and the rest of the Eagles passing game should be a lot busier two weeks from now in the Super Bowl.

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  • A.J. Brown PHI WR
    Eagles' A.J. Brown: Manages four catches in rout
    1h ago

    Brown caught four of eight targets for 28 yards in Sunday's 31-7 win over the 49ers in the NFC Championship Game.

    The Eagles' passing game never had to ramp it up, as Brock Purdy (elbow) got hurt early for the Niners and their offense struggled with journeyman Josh Johnson (concussion) under center. As a result, Brown had a second straight quiet playoff performance after reaching at least 70 yards in six straight games to close out the regular season. The hip issue that's slowed the fourth-year wideout in practice lately may have also been a factor, but Brown will have two weeks to heal up before the Super Bowl.

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  • Isaiah McKenzie BUF WR
    Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Best season as a pro
    2h ago

    McKenzie finished the regular season with 42 catches for 423 yards and four TD receptions to go with nine carries for 55 yards and a rushing TD over 15 games.

    McKenzie served as the No. 3 receiver for most of the season, but his week-to-week production was spotty between inconsistent usage and some minor injuries. He never posted more than three catches or 40 yards after Week 13, including the playoffs. Still, overall it was a decent season for the 2017 fifth-rounder, as McKenzie had previously never reached this level of production. His role as the No. 3 receiver is far from secure, as the Bills have a number of young receivers they are looking to develop, plus Cole Beasley might give it another go for one more season while veteran Jamison Crowder will likely be healthy again soon.

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  • Travis Kelce KC TE
    Chiefs' Travis Kelce: TD grab in conference championship
    29m ago

    Kelce secured seven of eight targets for 78 yards and a touchdown and committed a fumble recovered by Kansas City during the Chiefs' 23-20 win over the Bengals in Sunday's AFC Championship Game.

    Kelce had found production hard to come by against the Bengals defense in the last three meetings over the last two seasons, but he appeared to be on his way to a big day Sunday after amassing a 4-55-1 line in the first half. The touchdown came from 14 yards out on a fourth-down play late in the first half to extend the Chiefs' lead to 13-3 at the time, but Kelce was largely kept in check over the final two quarters. Nevertheless, he'll be set for potentially even more work than usual during the Super Bowl LVII matchup against the Eagles in two weeks' time if any of wideouts JuJu Smith-Schuster (knee), Kadarius Toney (ankle) and Mecole Hardman (pelvis), who all left Sunday's contest with their injuries, remain sidelined.

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  • Dallas Goedert PHI TE
    Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Team-high five grabs Sunday
    1h ago

    Goedert caught five of six targets for 23 yards in Sunday's 31-7 win over the 49ers in the NFC Championship Game.

    It wasn't a big performance by any means, but the tight end's five receptions actually led the Eagles in a game where they didn't need to throw the ball much after the loss of Brock Purdy (elbow) derailed the Niners' offense. Goedert has a 10-81-1 line on 11 targets through two playoff games this season, and he figures to have a solid floor with some upside potential in two weeks during the Super Bowl.

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  • George Kittle SF TE
    49ers' George Kittle: Catches three balls in playoff loss
    2h ago

    Kittle caught three of four targets for 32 yards in Sunday's 31-7 NFC Conference Championship loss to Philadelphia.

    San Francisco's passing offense went by the wayside following injuries to both of its active quarterbacks, resulting in no receiver finishing with more than 33 yards in the one-sided loss. Kittle got off to a slow start in 2022 after getting injured late in camp, but a second-half surge resulted in a strong 60-765-11 receiving line over 15 active games. The 29-year-old remains under contract with the 49ers for the 2023 campaign, but it is unclear who will be delivering balls to the athletic tight end with Trey Lance (ankle), Jimmy Garoppolo (foot) and Brock Purdy (elbow) all finishing this season injured. Kittle is no longer in Travis Kelce's tier of fantasy tight ends, but he should still be one of the first options taken off the board in drafts next season.

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  • Travis Kelce KC TE
    Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Suits up Sunday
    6h ago

    Kelce (back) is listed as active for Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Bengals.

    Per FOX Sports' Jay Glazer, the star tight end felt his back lock up on the final play of Friday's practice and as a result Kelce was listed as questionable for Sunday's contest. With his availability versus Cincinnati confirmed, Kelce should remain a key cog in the Chiefs' passing attack provided his back spasms don't flare up again in-game. If he's limited at all or suffers any setbacks, however, added TE snaps would be available for Noah Gray and Jody Fortson.

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  • Travis Kelce KC TE
    Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Sunday status TBD
    8h ago

    Kelce (back) is viewed as a game-time decision for Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Bengals, according FOX Sports' Jay Glazer.

    Per the report, Kelce -- who is officially listed as questionable -- felt his back lock up on the final play of Friday's practice and has been receiving treatment to address the issue since then. ESPN's Adam Schefter previously reported that Kelce is expected to play Sunday, but Glazer indicates that the Chiefs want to see how the star tight end is able to run ahead of the team's 6:30 ET kickoff before a final call is made on his availability versus Cincinnati.

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  • Travis Kelce KC TE
    Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Expected to play
    23h ago

    Kelce (back), officially listed as questionable, is expected to play in Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Bengals, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

    Kelce popped up on the injury report late in the week, though he managed to turn in a full practice session Friday. Given that and the magnitude of the game, it would be surprising to see Kelce sidelined. Even so, it will be worth confirming his status when inactives are released shortly before the 6:30 PM ET kickoff.

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  • Riley Patterson JAC K
    Jaguars' Riley Patterson: Solid season for Jacksonville
    2d ago

    Patterson went 30-for-35 on field-goal attempts and 36-for-37 on PATs during the 2022 regular season.

    The 23-year-old was also perfect across the Jaguars' two playoff games, making three field goals and four extra points. Patterson debuted with seven appearances for Detroit in 2021, and he was solid as Jacksonville's kicker this season, going 18-for-19 on kicks inside 40 yards. James McCourt inked a reserve/future contract to provide some competition, but Patterson is an exclusive rights free agent in 2023, and there's a decent chance the team wants him back.

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  • Greg Joseph MIN K
    Vikings' Greg Joseph: Dip in efficiency during 2022
    6d ago

    Joseph converted 26 of his 33 field-goal attempts and went 40-for-46 on point-after tries over 17 games in the 2022 regular season.

    Joseph got off to a rough start during his second season with Minnesota, going 9-for-14 on field-goal tries over the first seven games. He did finish strong by not missing a single field-goal attempt in all but one of the final 11 games, including the wild-card loss to the Giants. However, Joseph particularly struggled from long range this season, as he knocked through four of his 10 field-goal attempts of 50 yards or more. He thus finished with both the most missed field goals and extra points of his career, so it's unclear if he'll be re-signed before becoming an unrestricted free agent this offseason.

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  • Taylor Bertolet LAC K
    Taylor Bertolet: Deal with Chargers runs out
    6d ago

    Bertolet (quadriceps) had his practice-squad contract with the Chargers expire Monday, per the NFL's transaction log.

    Bertolet joined the Chargers' practice squad Oct. 6 and was elevated in Week 5 and 7 to fill in for injured starting kicker Dustin Hopkins (hamstring). The 30-year-old Bertolet went 3-for-3 on field-goal attempts and made all six of his extra-point tries over these two contests, though he picked up a quadriceps injury and was placed on the practice squad injured list Nov. 3. He then finished the season on this list, and he'll now look to land a new contract ahead of the 2023 campaign.

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  • James McCourt JAC K
    Jaguars' James McCourt: Inks future deal
    6d ago

    The Jaguars signed McCourt to a reserve/future contract Monday, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports.

    McCourt signed with the Jaguars' practice squad after failing to make the team's initial 53-man roster to begin the season. The undrafted kicker out of Illinois never made any appearances during his rookie campaign, but with his new contract, he'll be able to stick around the organization and compete for a larger role during the offseason.

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  • Brett Maher DAL K
    Cowboys' Brett Maher: Retaining role Sunday
    8d ago

    The Cowboys didn't elevate Tristan Vizcaino from the practice squad Saturday, meaning Maher will serve as the team's placekicker during Sunday's divisional-round game at San Francisco.

    In the wake of Maher missing his first four extra-point attempts this past Monday at Tampa Bay, Dallas seemingly had a problem at kicker as it advanced in the postseason. While coach Mike McCarthy and special teams coordinator John Fassel expressed trust in Maher on Tuesday, owner Jerry Jones was less forthright, saying the team would "take a look" at the situation, per Jon Machota of The Athletic. The Cowboys ended up signing Vizcaino to the practice squad one day later, but ultimately Maher will continue to handle all kicking duties this weekend.

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  • Jason Myers SEA K
    Seahawks' Jason Myers: Staying in Pacific Northwest
    11d ago

    The Seahawks came to terms with Myers on a new contract Wednesday.

    The precise terms of the deal aren't known, but Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reported that Myers will be locked in for four more years with the Seahawks. After pacing the NFL with 143 points in 17 games this past season, Myers clearly was a priority for the Seahawks as a pending unrestricted free agent. He'll remain attached to an offense with plenty of firepower in the form of running back Kenneth Walker and wide receivers DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett in 2023 and beyond.

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  • Willie Gay Jr. KC LB
    Chiefs' Willie Gay: Questionable to return
    2h ago

    Gay is questionable to return to Sunday's AFC Championship Game against Cincinnati due to a shoulder injury.

    Gay was banged up in the third quarter of Sunday's matchup, and it's unclear whether he'll be available down the stretch. Darius Harris and Leo Chenal are candidates to see increased playing time if Gay is unable to return.

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  • L'Jarius Sneed KC CB
    Chiefs' L'Jarius Sneed: Won't return Sunday
    3h ago

    Sneed (concussion) won't return to Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Bengals.

    Sneed exited Sunday's matchup in the first quarter and went to the locker room shortly after. He was diagnosed with a concussion, so h'ell be unable to return to the matchup. If Kansas City advances, it's unclear whether Sneed will be available for Super Bowl LVII on Feb. 12.

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  • L'Jarius Sneed KC CB
    Chiefs' L'Jarius Sneed: Being evaluated for concussion
    4h ago

    Sneed is being evaluated for a concussion after exiting Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Bengals in the first quarter.

    Sneed was shaken up on the first possession of Sunday's game and headed to the locker room shortly after leaving the field. If he's unable to return, Joshua Williams and Jaylen Watson are candidates to see increased playing time.

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  • Ambry Thomas SF CB
    49ers' Ambry Thomas: Inactive for NFC Championship Game
    9h ago

    Thomas (ankle) is inactive for Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the Eagles, Lindsey Pallares of the 49ers' official site reports.

    Thomas will miss a fourth straight game due to an ankle injury that he's been nursing since Week 15. The 2021 third-round pick's absence shouldn't have an impact on the 49ers secondary, as he played primarily on special teams during the regular season.

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  • Charles Omenihu SF DE
    49ers' Charles Omenihu: Cleared for Sunday
    2d ago

    Omenihu (oblique) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the Eagles, Eric Williams of FoxSports.com reports.

    Omenihu played 16 snaps in the 49ers' divisional-round win over Dallas but picked up an oblique injury during the contest that caused him to be a limited participant during Wednesday's and Thursday's practices. However, he logged a full session Friday and has been cleared for game action. The 49ers said Omenihu, who was arrested Monday at his home in San Jose on suspicion of misdemeanor domestic violence, has stayed with the team since posting bail and will be available as long as the legal process plays out, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.

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    Eagles' Avonte Maddox: No designation for Sunday
    2d ago

    Maddox (toe) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the 49ers.

    Maddox returned to practice Wednesday for the first time since suffering the toe injury against Dallas on Dec. 24. He remained limited Thursday but was upgraded to a full participant Friday and has been cleared for game action. The fifth-year cornerback recorded 43 tackles, three forced fumbles, one fumble recovery, one sack and one interception across nine appearances this season and figures to reprise his role as Philadelphia's top slot corner during the NFC title game.

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