haveThe Kansas City Chiefs are still dealing with a few early season injuries on offense that has shaken the unit's predictability and production in the season's early going. The good news is that Kadarius Toney is trending upward as the season goes on.
According to NFL reporter Jordan Schultz, the Chiefs are set to have Toney among the pass catchers in their arsenal in Week 3 against the visiting Chicago Bears despite the fact that Toney missed some practice sessions this week.
Toney entered the regular season as an injury concern after suffering a hamstring injury on the first day of Chiefs training camp. From there, Toney would go on to sit out the rest of the franchise's annual stint in St. Joseph as well as every preseason game as K.C. hoped he'd be rested enough to return in Week 1. He did but he was clearly raw as he went on to drop a few critical passes in the loss to Detroit.
The Kansas City Chiefs got good news on Kadarius Toney's availability for Week 3.
Last week, Toney caught all five of his passes to ease concerns that the drops would be a consistent issue, and it was also nice to see him start a second straight game. If Toney can turn a corner when it comes to his availability, he could become a very productive asset as Andy Reid and company clearly love to feed him targets and opportunities given his dynamism.
The Chiefs acquired Toney from the New York Giants less than a year ago in a minor deal at the NFL's trade deadline.