Patrick Mahomes: Andy Reid is reassuring

Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid offered reassurance regarding the condition of quarterback Patrick Mahomes.

He has worked hard with his treatments and will be ‘just fine,'” the pilot said during his daily press conference on Monday.

Mahomes injured his ankle during the first quarter of the Chiefs’ 27-20 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars in the conference semifinals on Saturday.

The quarterback was forced to undergo medicals in his family’s locker room, but returned to the fray for the second half of this duel with no future.

After the game, Mahomes said he plans to be in the Pan American Final next Sunday when the Cincinnati Bengals are at Arrowhead Stadium.

On Monday, Reid played it safe. He noted that his athletes already thought he was going to play, but the team’s plan was to watch Mahomes practice. He will be re-evaluated on Wednesday after the session with his colleagues.

The head coach also said Mahomes’ injury was less severe than the one he sustained in 2019. That year, the star player never missed a game and allowed his team to win Super Bowl LIV.

Jeff Bezos wants Washington leaders

In addition, entrepreneur Jeff Bezos would be interested in embarking on the adventure of professional sports.

And according to what the New York Post reported on Monday, the billionaire would consider acquiring the NFL’s Washington Chiefs franchise.

Two anonymous sources told the newspaper that Bezos can also withdraw his investments from the Washington Post, which he has owned since 2013, in order to buy the team. However, a Bezos spokesperson stated that the outlet in the US capital was not for sale.

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Last December, Dan Snyder – the current owner of the Commanders – publicly expressed his desire to part ways with the NFL team. He acquired it in 1999 for $800 million USD.

Snyder’s reign as owner of the Washington Club was marked by controversy. In 2021, an independent investigation revealed an unhealthy work climate within this organization.

The NFL also launched an investigation into sexual harassment allegations against the 58-year-old. In addition to this, he accused of financial irregularities.

Amazon, owned by Bezos, has held the rights to broadcast the NFL’s Thursday night game since 2022. This agreement is for 10 years.

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