Reid: Chiefs' Kadarius Toney (hamstring) 'day-to-day'
Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said Monday that wide receiver Kadarius Toney (hamstring) will "probably be day-to-day" ahead of their Week 13 tilt with the Cincinnati Bengals.
Reid said the team plans to take a cautious approach with their newest wide receiver, and that they want to avoid having him reaggravate his lingering hamstring injury when they do bring him back. Toney has dealt with hamstring injuries for most of the season at this point, and with the playoffs just around the corner, it's fair to wonder if the Chiefs will hold him out for another game as he recovers.
In what is becoming typical Toney fashion, the 2021 first-round pick flashed enticing upside when he was healthy enough to play this season: he caught 4 of 5 targets for 57 yards and a touchdown while rushing twice for 33 yards back in Week 10. If there ever comes a week where Toney is able to avoid the injury report, he will likely be worth starting in most formats.
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