Andy Reid Gives Disappointing Injury Update on Chiefs All-Pro Starter

Joe Thuney, the left guard for the Kansas City Chiefs, had a pectoral injury, which prevented him from playing in his team's AFC Championship game against the Baltimore Ravens. 

His status on the Chiefs' injury report is now labeled as uncertain; nevertheless, it does not appear to be improving as the championship game that will take place this weekend draws closer.

Andy Reid, the head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs, gave an update on the status of his All-Pro offensive linemen. The announcement was made during a press conference on Tuesday.

According to an insider from NFL Network named Ian Rapoport, Reid stated that it is a "long-shot" that Thuney will practice this week and

play in the Super Bowl 58 game that will take place on Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers.In place of Thuney,

offensive lineman Nick Allegretti, who is in his fifth year, started for the Chiefs during their victory over the Ravens in the AFC Championship.

In the event that Thuney is unable to visit on Super Bowl Sunday, it is anticipated that he will do the same.

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