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Top Prince Tega Wanogho News

  • Chiefs' Prince Tega Wanogho: Won't return for Super Bowl

    Wanogho (quadriceps) has been ruled out ahead of Sunday's Super Bowl matchup against the 49ers.

    Despite a full week of practice, the 26-year-old offensive lineman has been ruled out ahead of Super Bowl LVIII. Wanogho appeared in the Chiefs' first three games before sustaining a season-ending quadriceps injury, playing 14 total snaps (all on special teams).

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  • Chiefs' Prince Tega Wanogho: Staying on IR

    Wanogho (quadriceps) has been ruled out ahead of Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Ravens.

    Wanogho will not be activated off IR despite being a full participant in all three sessions this week. If the Chiefs were to win Sunday against the Ravens, he will have an opportunity to suit up for the Super Bowl.

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  • Chiefs' Prince Tega Wanogho: Cleared to practice

    The Chiefs designated Wanogho (quadricep) for return from injured reserve Wednesday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.

    Wanogho has been on IR since September, but he could have a chance at making it back for Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Ravens now that he's been cleared to resume practicing. He was a full participant in Wednesday's session and will look to maintain that level of activity over the next two days. If Wanogho is formally reinstated from IR and made active Sunday, he would be in store for a depth role along the Kansas City offensive line.

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  • Chiefs' Prince Tega Wanogho: Placed on injured reserve

    Tega Wanogho (quadriceps) was placed on IR on Wednesday, Matt McMullen of the Chiefs' official site reports.

    Tega Wanogho suffered the injury during Sunday's win against Chicago and will now miss the team's next four games at minimum. He'll be eligible to return in Week 8 against the Broncos, although it's not clear if he will need more time than that to recover.

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  • Chiefs' Prince Tega Wanogho: Won't return Sunday

    Tega Wanogho will not return to Sunday's contest against the Bears after injuring his quad, Matt Derrick of ChiefsDigest.com reports.

    Tega Wanogho came in for right tackle Jawaan Taylor at the start of the third quarter. The severity of the injury is unknown, but given that the Chiefs are up big in the fourth quarter, there's no reason for Tega Wanogho to return.

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  • Chiefs' Prince Tega Wanogho: Returns from PUP

    Tega Wanogho was activated from Kansas City's active/PUP list Thursday, NFL.com reports.

    Tega Wanogho can now participate in the Chiefs' preseason practices and games after opening training camp on the PUP list due to an undisclosed injury. Should he make the team's final 53-man roster, the 24-year-old will provide depth at offensive tackle for Kansas City.

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  • Chiefs' Prince Tega Wanogho: Added to PUP list

    Wanogho (undisclosed) was placed on Kansas City's active/PUP list Saturday, Aaron Wilson of ProFootballNetwork.com reports.

    Wanogho will be unable to practice by the start of the Chiefs' upcoming training camp while on this list, but he can still be reinstated to the active roster at any point ahead of the regular season. The 24-year-old offensive tackle received two practice-squad elevations while with Kansas City in 2021.

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  • Chiefs' Prince Tega Wanogho: Bumped up from practice squad

    Wanogho was activated from the practice squad Tuesday.

    Wanogho appeared in one game with the Eagles last season. He was signed to the Chiefs' practice squad in January and will now provide depth on the offensive line. The Chiefs already lost Kyle Long earlier this season and had starting guard Joe Thuney suffer a fractured hand in Sunday's loss to the Bills.

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  • Eagles' Prince Tega Wanogho: Likely to have reserve role

    Wanogho (knee) is expected to compete for a depth role in training camp, Daniel Gallen of Pennlive.com reports.

    Wanogho wasn't able to participate in Auburn's Pro Day back in March while recovering from arthroscopic knee surgery, a development which likely contributed to him falling to the sixth round in April's draft. He showcased impressive technique and fundamentals as a three-year starter at left tackle at Auburn, despite having to compensate for underwhelming athleticism. Now healthy, the Eagles could see fit to have Wanogho (6-foot-5, 308 pounds) compete at guard rather than tackle in training camp.

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  • Eagles' Prince Tega Wanogho: Joins Eagles in sixth round

    The Eagles selected Wanogho (knee) in the sixth round of the 2020 NFL Draft, 210th overall.

    Wanogho (6-foot-5, 308 pounds) showed well as a three-year starter at Auburn, making the most of his frame despite possessing below-average athletic ability. His health is something of a question mark, as he missed Auburn's Pro Day in March while recovering from arthroscopic knee surgery. When recovered, Wanogho may have better success as a guard than as a tackle at the NFL level.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-5, 308 lbs
Birthplace: Delta State, Nigeria
Age: 26
School: Auburn
Experience: 3