Chiefs RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire suffers apparent leg injury
Kansas City Chiefs' rookie RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire suffered an apparent leg injury against the New Orleans Saints in the fourth quarter.
Edwards-Helaire was rolled up from behind on a four-yard run. After the game he was on the field and had to be looked after by the training staff. He could not put pressure on his leg and was helped from the field by the training staff instead of calling the car.
Obviously, the signs don't look good on this injury.
The rookie was the Chief's first draft pick in LSU's 2020 NFL Draft. Edwards-Helaire is from Louisiana and has played in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome many times. Before the game, he shared some of his best football memories in this stadium.
We'll update you with more as soon as there is more to know.
Update: The Chiefs have now decided that Edwards-Helaire is in doubt about to return with hip and leg injuries. That's better than the team that ruled him out, and it might suggest the injury isn't as severe as it seems. That could also be wishful thinking.
The next update we get will be from Andy Reid after the game.
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