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There’s been yet another indication that Kansas City Chiefs RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire is making progress in his recovery from injury.
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Edwards-Helaire suffered a hip injury and a high ankle sprain in the Week 15 showdown with the New Orleans Saints. It was reported shortly after the game that Edwards-Helaire would be done for the regular season with a shot to return during the playoffs with the divisional round as the target return day. The high ankle sprain appeared to be the more significant injury, hampering his return to action.
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During the practice week leading up to Week 16, Andy Reid indicated that Edwards-Helaire was “ahead of schedule” in his recovery from injury. The latest update on the rookie sensation comes from his position coach Deland McCullough. He seemed taken aback by the progress made by Edwards-Helaire thus far.
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“Seeing [Clyde Edwards-Helaire] walking around a couple of days after I said, ‘Man, what’s going on?’ He just dedicated himself to getting back at a high level,” McCullough said. “So really, just excited about what it appears to be as far as he’s going to be ready to come back here in a couple of weeks and we just continue to move forward.”
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It’d seem that so long as he doesn’t suffer any sort of setbacks in the next few weeks, he should be tracking toward a return at the onset of the playoffs for Kansas City. It’s remarkable, especially given how bad that injury looked when it happened. It just shows the type of toughness and dedication that the Chiefs’ top rookie has.
Right now, both of the top running backs on the depth chart are dealing with injuries as Le’Veon Bell hasn’t practiced all week with knee swelling. Getting Edwards-Helaire back and healthy could be vital to team success in the divisional round of the playoffs.
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The Kansas City Chiefs signed running back Le’Veon Bell earlier this season hoping he could provide some production when starter Clyde Edwards-Helaire needed some rest.
Bell’s role could be more than that after Edwards-Helaire was helped off the field with what the Chiefs called injuries to his hip and leg during their 32-29 road victory over the New Orleans Saints on Sunday.
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Coach Andy Reid said in the postgame news conference that X-rays were negative and that it was unclear how much time Edwards-Helaire would miss.
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Edwards-Helaire was bent backward while being tackled after a 4-yard run in the fourth quarter.
“It was an ugly way to get tackled,” Bell said.
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Bell had his busiest — and most productive — game since joining the Chiefs. He carried 15 times for 62 yards and scored a 12-yard touchdown after taking an option pitch from quarterback Patrick Mahomes.
Mahomes had crossed the line of scrimmage before pitching to Bell.
“Knowing Pat, I knew he’d pitch the ball wherever on the field,” Bell said. “That play was really a fun play. I don’t think I’ve ever had a play like that. I know in the NFL I’ve probably never had an easier touchdown.”
Bell’s game was part of a 179-yard rushing performance by the Chiefs, their best since a Week 6 win over the Buffalo Bills.
The Chiefs (13-1) might have to lean on Bell if they’re to repeat that type of rushing production anytime soon.
“He’s been a great addition,” Mahomes said. “He’s been making plays when he’s been in the football game. Obviously we’re hoping Clyde gets back quickly, but I think we have good guys in that running back room that will step up and really embrace that role.”