July 14, 2024

On Saturday, the Kansas City Chiefs announced that another wide receiver would be unavailable, marking the second consecutive day of setbacks for the team ahead of their Divisional Round clash against the Buffalo Bills. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes is now facing a challenge with limited receiving options as the team aims for a spot in the AFC Championship.

Before the Friday deadline, the Chiefs chose not to activate Skyy Moore, the second-year wide receiver, as he aggravated his injury during Thursday’s practice. This setback effectively rules him out for the game against the Bills. Kadarius Toney, dealing with hip and ankle issues, along with Justyn Ross, nursing a hamstring injury, were listed as questionable to play in Sunday’s matchup, according to Friday’s injury report.

The Chiefs have downgraded Kadarius Toney’s status to “out” for the game against the Bills, according to an official statement from the team.

The Chiefs are facing a shortage of pass catchers for Sunday’s game, creating a challenge for a group that already leads the league in drops this season. There is uncertainty about whether Kadarius Toney or Skyy Moore will be available for the AFC Championship Game if the Chiefs advance past the Bills.

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