Patrick Mahomes

#15 QB / Kansas City Chiefs / EXP: 5YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 230 lb Age: 25 College: Texas Tech Bye -

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    Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: Getting closer to full strength

    Patrick Mahomes has regained flexibility in his left toe, James Palmer of NFL Network reports.Mahomes underwent surgery Feb. 10 to repair a torn plantar plate in his left foot, with the expectation of a three-month recovery timeline. With everything seemingly on track, the superstar QB should be healthy for training camp and might even make some on-field appearances at the offseason program or June minicamp.

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    Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: Sheds walking boot

    Patrick Mahomes (toe) was pictured attending the Masters Tournament without a walking boot Thursday, James Palmer of NFL Network reports.Mahomes is nearing the end of his estimated three-month recovery timeframe for surgery surgery to repair a torn plantar plate in his left foot Feb. 10, and the fact that he's been cleared to shed his walking boot suggests that things are progressing on track. The NFL recently announced that clubs can kick off Phase One of offseason activities April 19, which includes small group workouts at team facilities, so an official update on Mahomes' health could come then. Of course, mandatory minicamps don't take place until June even in a typical year, and the NFL has yet to announce an offseason schedule beyond April 19's events.

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    Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: Restructuring to save cap

    The Kansas City Chiefs are expected to convert Patrick Mahomes' (toe) roster bonus into a signing bonus, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.Mahomes has acquiesced to converting his $21.7 million roster bonus into a signing bonus, a move which will save the Chiefs roughly $17 million against the cap. That will allow Kansas City some much-needed flexibility when free agency kicks off, especially considering the team just cut both starting tackles, Eric Fisher (Achilles) and Mitchell Schwartz (back). Mahomes is currently recovering from February surgery to repair a torn plantar plate in his left foot, but he's expected to be fully healthy for the tentative start of training camp. The star signal-caller should thus have plenty of time to build chemistry with any new faces the Chiefs bring in on offense, though it remains to be seen how the NFL adjusts offseason programs in order to account for COVID-19.

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    Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: On track for camp

    Patrick Mahomes (toe) should need about three months to recover from Feb. 10 surgery to repair a torn plantar plate in his left foot, James Palmer of NFL Network reports.Mahomes should be healthy before training camp, and Kansas City Chiefs GM Brett Veach even suggested the QB could be ready for mandatory minicamp, which usually takes place the first or second week of June. It isn't even clear that Mahomes will miss any time on the practice field this spring/summer, as NFL teams likely will need to adjust their offseason programs on account of the coronavirus pandemic. In any case, Mahomes doesn't really need the practice reps, especially when he has continuity with his head coach, offensive coordinator and top pass catchers. Kansas City's offensive line has received a lot of criticism since the Super Bowl, but it's generally been a solid unit in recent years, and both starting tackles -- RT Mitchell Schwartz (back) and LT Eric Fisher (Achilles) -- are recovering from surgery after missing the big game.

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    Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: Undergoes successful surgery

    Patrick Mahomes underwent successful surgery Wednesday to repair a torn plantar plate in his left foot, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.Mahomes battled a severe case of turf toe over the Kansas City Chiefs' final two playoff games after initially picked up in the injury in the divisional-round win over the Browns. Though he played every snap in the AFC Championship Game win over the Bills and the Super Bowl LV loss to the Buccaneers, the injury clearly limited his mobility. According to Sam McDowell of The Kansas City Star, the All-Pro quarterback is expected to be 100 percent by training camp after he experienced no complications with the procedure, which was performed in Green Bay by renowned foot specialist Dr. Robert Anderson.

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    Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: Scheduled for foot surgery

    Patrick Mahomes will have surgery Wednesday to repair a torn plantar plate in his left foot, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.Mahomes apparently had a severe case of turf toe, though he claimed he was approaching full strength the week before the Super Bowl. He limped through parts of Kansas City's three playoff games, often escaping pressure despite being unable to run at full speed. Mahomes isn't likely to participate in offseason practices if the Kansas City Chiefs have them, but the team does expect him to be ready for Week 1 of the 2021 campaign. Foot specialist Dr. Robert Anderson will perform the surgery Wednesday.

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    Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: Held without a score in ugly loss

    Patrick Mahomes completed 26 of 49 passes for 270 yards, no touchdowns and two interceptions in Kansas City's 31-9 loss to the Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV. He also carried five times for 33 yards.The first double-digit loss of Mahomes' career came with the context of Tampa Bay's pass rush feasting on an O-line without both starting tackles. He also battled a number of dropped passes, including two would-be touchdowns -- to Tyreek Hill and Darrel Williams -- the combination of which simply proved insurmountable. Mahomes also was hobbled by the turf toe injury he suffered during the divisional round against the Browns. Despite the lopsided loss to the Bucs Mahomes put together yet another outstanding campaign in 2020, compiling 4,740 passing yards, 38 touchdowns and six interceptions, in addition to 308 rushing yards and two scores on the ground. Nor, of course, can it be discounted that Mahomes has now led the Kansas City Chiefs to back-to-back Super Bowl appearances. With top offensive weapons Hill and Travis Kelce both returning next season, and his offensive line set to get back to full health, Mahomes once again will be in the mix as as the first quarterback off the board in fantasy drafts come 2021. He should be back to 100 percent for training camp, but his status for OTAs may be in question after Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported earlier Sunday that Mahomes will undergo offseason surgery to address the injured toe.

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    Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: Offseason toe surgery likely on tap

    Patrick Mahomes will continue to play through a turf toe injury to his left foot in Sunday's Super Bowl LV matchup with the Buccaneers, but he's expected to require offseason surgery to address the issue, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.Though he told Adam Teicher of ESPN.com earlier in the week that he feels "pretty close to 100 percent" and enters the Super Bowl without an injury designation, Mahomes has been affected by the toe issue since initially picking up the injury in the Kansas City Chiefs' win over the Browns in the divisional round. Mahomes lacked his usual mobility outside the pocket during the Chiefs' AFC Championship Game victory over the Bills, rushing five times for five yards. The 25-year-old still masterfully dissected the Bills defense through the air -- 29-for-38 passing for 325 yards and three touchdowns -- but the Buccaneers could present a greater challenge to the quarterback. Mahomes will be without his top left tackle (Eric Fisher, Achilles) and right tackle (Mitchell Schwartz, back) for the Super Bowl, which could make him vulnerable to pressure from star edge rushers Jason Pierre-Paul and Shaquil Barrett.

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    Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: Not expecting trouble with toe

    Patrick Mahomes said his toe is "pretty close to 100 percent" and shouldn't be a problem in the Super Bowl, Adam Teicher of ESPN.com reports.Mahomes injured his toe in the divisional-round win over Cleveland, visibly limping multiple times before a concussion forced him out of the game. He bounced back to throw for 325 yards and three TDs in the AFC Championship Game, but he had just one rush attempt (for nine yards) that wasn't a kneel down. It sounds like Mahomes could be more of a rushing threat in the Super Bowl, where the Kansas City Chiefs hope to get Sammy Watkins (calf) back in the lineup to face the Bucs.

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    Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: Reaches second straight Super Bowl

    Patrick Mahomes completed 29 of 38 pass attempts for 325 yards and three touchdowns, adding five carries for five yards during Sunday's 38-24 win against the Bills in the AFC Championship Game.By virtue of Kansas City's 22-17 win over Cleveland in the divisional round, Mahomes garnered the opportunity to become the first quarterback in NFL history to start three conference title games in his first four seasons in the league. He had to overcome a case of turf toe and a stint in the NFL's concussion protocol to earn his 17th start of the season. After exiting in the third quarter of last Sunday's win over the Browns, Mahomes proved capable of doing just that. Kansas City remained without starting right tackle Mitchell Schwartz (back) for the AFC Championship Game, while Eric Fisher (Achilles) departed during the contest and was unable to return. Still, Buffalo generated only one sack of Mahomes, as the Kansas City Chiefs were 5-for-6 in converting red-zone opportunities into TDs. The 25-year-old gets his second Super Bowl appearance in as many seasons as he prepares for a fifth career game against Tom Brady. Mahomes is 2-2 in head-to-head matchups with Brady, who will make the 10th Super Bowl appearance of his illustrious career during his debut season in Tampa Bay.