Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Kadarius Toney has been discarded for Week 14, according to the Chiefs’ Twitter account. The 23-year-old has been limited all season due to various ailments. He has appeared in just 5 total games between the New York Giants and Chiefs in 2022.
Kansas City enters its Week 14 matchup with the Denver Broncos with a 9-3 record and first place in the AFC West. They dealt with their share of ups and downs to open the year, but Patrick Mahomes and KC stepped on the gas midway through the season. That said, they were defeated by the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 13.
The Chiefs were hoping Kadarius Toney would play a pivotal role for the team after acquiring him from New York. There is no doubt that Toney has the talent to succeed. In fact, Travis Kelce shared a brutally honest take on the Giants’ decision to move on from Toney.
“I was amazed at how professional he was,” Kelce said of Toney on his “New Heights” podcast. “I don’t know how he got away with it [Giants] building I don’t understand it one bit. I don’t even want to know what happened there. I’m very happy that Brett Veach has once again found a way to get an incredibly talented player in this building.”
But injuries have slowed Kadarius Toney this season. However, the Chiefs are confident they will get the job done against the Broncos in Week 14.