Big effort in Super Bowl win
Pacheco carried the ball 15 times for 76 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 38-35 Super Bowl win over the Eagles.
Pacheco dominated work out of the Chiefs' backfield, out-carrying Jerick McKinnon 15-4. He was productive with the work, highlighted by a long gain of 24 yards and also a one-yard touchdown plunge midway through the third quarter. After a surprisingly impressive rookie season during which he posted 830 rushing yards and five touchdowns across 17 regular-season games, Pacheco is likely to factor heavily into Kansas City's offensive plans in 2023.
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Looking healthy at spring practice
Mahomes (ankle) has been participating in the first week of OTAs, PJ Green of Fox 4 Kansas City reports.
Doing well after offseason surgery
Head coach Andy Reid said Monday that Pacheco is doing well after offseason surgeries to repair a broken bone in his hand and a torn labrum, but the running back doesn't have a return timeline yet, James Palmer of NFL Network reports.
Poised for more downfield work?
Chiefs GM Brett Veach believes Toney has a "vertical game" and can become more than a "gadget guy", ESPN's Adam Teicher reports.
Option not picked up
The Chiefs declined Edwards-Helaire's fifth-year option for 2024, Adam Teicher of ESPN.com reports.
Officially back with Kansas City
Kansas City re-signed McKinnon on Tuesday, ESPN's Field Yates reports.
Could sign with KC soon
Chiefs GM Brett Veach said Monday that he "wouldn't be surprised" if the team re-signs McKinnon soon, Jordan Foote of Arrowhead Report reports.
Lands with Super Bowl champs
The Chiefs selected Rice in the second round of the 2023 NFL Draft, 55th overall.
Could sign with Chiefs again
Chiefs GM Brett Veach said Thursday that he'll talk with McKinnon after the NFL Draft, Nate Taylor of The Athletic reports. "He's certainly a guy that we love," Veach said. "Jerick likes to take his time and make sure he's ready to go."
Unlikely to get fifth-year option
Chiefs GM Brett Veach said Thursday that the team will wait until after the NFL Draft to make a decision on Edwards-Helaire's fifth-year option, Adam Teicher of ESPN.com reports.
Expects to be full go for camp
Mahomes (ankle) said Monday that he "still isn't 100 percent," but he expects to be fully healthy for the start of training camp, Nate Taylor of The Athletic reports.