Chiefs Rookie Rice Lands on Injury Report with Ankle Injury

There was a name that surfaced in the Chiefs' injury list that SMU fans did

Not want to see three days before Kansas City's Super Bowl LVIII matchup against San Francisco.

During Thursday's practice, rookie receiver Rashee Rice was listed as a limited participant, despite the fact that he had been listed as a full participant on Wednesday.

Andy Reid, the head coach of the Chiefs, did not express any concerns regarding Rice's absence from the game on Sunday. Peter King, a pool reporter, 

was informed by Reid that Rice had his ankle stepped on during the drill that took place on Wednesday. King was informed by Reid that "He got stepped on." "He's healthy and fine."

In light of the fact that Rice has developed as Patrick Mahomes' top receiving option other than Travis Kelce,

this is excellent news for Chiefs fans. Rice has been an essential component of the offensive unit for Kansas City this season. 

 During the regular season, the SMU player that was selected in the second round had 79 receptions for 938 yards and scored seven touchdowns,

which was the most on the team. In the three games that the Chiefs have played in the playoffs, Rice has finished with 20 receptions, 223 yards, and a score.

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