The Kansas City Chiefs quarterback is not going to be heading into Super Bowl Sunday feeling 100% wholesome, however that gained’t cease the two-time NFL MVP from getting it finished, Chiefs proprietor and CEO Clark Hunt mentioned Friday.
The Hunt household made an look on “Fox & Friends” Friday to debate the Chiefs forward of their matchup towards the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LVII, and Hunt admitted that whereas Mahomes gained’t be absolutely healed earlier than the sport, he is aware of that Mahomes has efficiently battled by accidents prior to now.
“Since he got hurt several weeks ago, I can’t even count the number of times I’ve been asked that question,” Hunt mentioned.
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“The great thing is Patrick’s a very fast healer and he was able to get ready to play the AFC Championship game in a week on that high ankle sprain and did just an amazing job, including making the pivotal play at the end of the game that helped us win it – on his legs.
“He’s doing nice this week. I don’t know that he’ll be at 100%, however he positive goes to let you know in any other case,” he continued.
Earlier this week, during a press conference with the media, head coach Andy Reid made a similar assessment of Mahome’s ankle.
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“I wouldn’t let you know he’s 100%, however the coaching employees works with him endlessly. I assume it will be a tribute to each of them – for Pat coming again for extra and for these guys cranking on him,” Reid said Tuesday.
Mahomes was voted NFL MVP for the second time in his career on Thursday night, after leading the Chiefs to their fifth straight AFC Championship game appearance and their third Super Bowl in just four seasons.
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But Hunt largely credited that success to coach Reid, who joined the organization in 2013 after 14 years as the Eagles‘ head coach.
“Well, it’s undoubtedly been a particular interval for the Kansas City Chiefs, and actually the massive change goes again a decade, when Andy Reid walked into our places of work to change into the top coach,” Hunt said Friday.
“He has simply finished an amazing job of fixing the tradition and simply making us a constant winner.