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Jan 7, 2024 0 0 0 0
Dec 31, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 25, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 17, 2023 2 5 3 0
Dec 10, 2023 3 25 9 0 3
Player Outlook
There is no reasonable place to select Toney in Fantasy drafts. That's because, despite the fact that everyone is talking about him as Patrick Mahomes' No. 1 wide receiver, he remains mostly an unknown two years after the Giants drafted him with the 20th overall pick. In those two seasons he's played 19 of 34 games and failed to log even one game with a 50% snap share in 2022. The most appropriate place to draft that player would be in the double-digit rounds, but his per-route data and proximity to Mahomes mean he won't be available that late. View him as a No. 4 WR with no floor and a top-20 ceiling, then decide if you're willing to spend a Round 6 or 7 pick on that profile, because that is what it will cost.

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2023 27 169 6.26 1 31 2.82 201.5
2022 16 171 10.69 2 82 11.71 374.1
2021 39 420 10.77 6 2.00 373.7
3y Avg. 28 296 10.57 1 44 8.80 272.7
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Fantasy News

  • Chiefs' Kadarius Toney: Not playing in Super Bowl

    Toney (coach's decision) is inactive for Super Bowl LVIII against the 49ers on Sunday. Toney's second season with the Chiefs hasn't gone swimmingly, to say the least. In his second-to-last appearance back in Week 14 against the Bills, he lined up offsides on what would have been a go-ahead touchdown pass from Patrick Mahomes to Travis Kelce. Since his last game action Week 15, Toney has been tending to a strained hip and an ankle injury before sitting out the AFC Championship Game due to personal reasons. Despite operating as a full participant during both weeks of Super Bowl prep, he won't be available to Kansas City's offense, ending his campaign, one where he had 27 catches (on 38 targets) for 169 yards and one touchdown and 11 carries for 31 yards in 13 regular-season games.
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  • Chiefs' Kadarius Toney: Likely to sit out Super Bowl

    Toney is expected to be a healthy inactive Sunday for the Chiefs' matchup with the 49ers in Super Bowl LVIII, a league source told Adam Schefter of ESPN. Toney hasn't played since Week 15, but after turning in a slate of full practices over the two weeks of Super Bowl prep, he appears to have moved past the strained hip and ankle injury that kept him out for the past five games. However, Toney's lengthy absence and underwhelming play when healthy during the regular season appear to be factors in the Chiefs' apparent decision to hold him out for the Super Bowl. Toney likely didn't help his cause by claiming he was "not hurt" in an Instagram Live video posted shortly before the Chiefs' win over the Ravens in the AFC Championship Game on Jan. 28, though he later clarified that his rant was directed toward the Giants, his former team. After scoring a touchdown in last season's Super Bowl win over the Eagles and setting up another score in the fourth quarter with a 65-yard punt return, Toney was expected to take on a featured role in the passing attack in 2023, but he was limited to just 27 receptions for 169 yards and a touchdown while dropping five of his 38 targets over his 13 regular-season appearances.
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  • Chiefs' Kadarius Toney: Listed as full participant

    Toney (personal) was listed as a full participant on Wednesday's estimated practice report. The Chiefs didn't actually practice Tuesday, but Toney apparently would have been a full participant if the team took the field. Toney hasn't played at all in the playoffs, with his absence from the first two games attributed to hip and ankle injuries and his absence from the AFC Championship Game attributed to both his hip and a personal issue (reportedly the birth of his first child). Prior to last Sunday's win over the Ravens, Toney went on Instagram Live and suggested that he wasn't hurt and implied that the Chiefs weren't being truthful about his injury status, but head coach Andy Reid said Monday that the receiver's inclusion on injury reports was "not made up by any means," per Adam Teicher of ESPN.com. Though Toney's listing as a full participant on the injury report implies that both the receiver and the team are now in agreement that he's healthy, it's uncertain that he'll be active for the Super Bowl. He hasn't played since Week 15 and hadn't performed up to expectations when healthy this season, notably dropping five of his 38 targets over his 13 appearances while also having a costly offside penalty late in a Week 14 loss to the Bills that wiped out a potential game-winning touchdown.
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  • Chiefs' Kadarius Toney: Not playing Sunday

    Toney (hip/personal) has been ruled out for Sunday's AFC Championship Game matchup with the Ravens. Toney practiced in a limited fashion both Thursday and Friday, but he'll still end up missing a sixth consecutive game. In addition to managing the hip issue, Toney will also be away from the Chiefs while he awaits the birth of his first child. Justin Watson and Mecole Hardman should continue to see expanded snaps at receiver Sunday while Toney is unavailable.
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  • Chiefs' Kadarius Toney: Questionable to face Ravens

    Toney (hip) is listed as questionable for Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Ravens. After logging a full listing Wednesday, Toney was deemed limited in practice both Thursday and Friday and questionable ahead of Sunday's contest. Toney last saw game action back in Week 15, and if he's available versus Baltimore, he'll look to reclaim a role in a Kansas City WR corps that also includes Rashee Rice, Justin Watson, Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Mecole Hardman. In the 13 regular-season games he saw action in prior to sustaining his hip issue, Toney recorded 27 catches (on 38 targets) for 169 yards and a touchdown to go along with 11 carries for 31 yards.
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  • Chiefs' Kadarius Toney: Back to limited Thursday

    Toney (hip) practiced in a limited fashion Thursday. In his attempt to put an end to a five-game absence, Toney opened this week with a full session Wednesday, only to follow it up with a capped practice one day later. The development may have been related to maintenance of his lingering hip issue, but he now could be in danger of entering the weekend with a designation for Sunday's AFC Championship Game at Baltimore. Ultimately, Friday's injury report will reveal as much.
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  • Chiefs' Kadarius Toney: Logs full practice Wednesday

    Toney (hip) was a full practice participant Wednesday. Toney has missed the last five games -- including two playoff contests -- due to a combination of a strained hip and an ankle injury. This week, the Chiefs are listing Toney with only the hip issue, and his ability to handle every rep at Wednesday's practice bodes well for him returning to action for Sunday's AFC Championship Game at Baltimore. Assuming he's available Sunday, Toney will have to contend with Rashee Rice, Justin Watson, Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Mecole Hardman for reps at wide receiver.
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  • Chiefs' Kadarius Toney: Remains limited at practice

    Toney (hip/ankle) was a limited participant at practice Wednesday. Toney, who last suited up for the Chiefs' 27-17 win over the Patriots on Dec. 17, also practiced in a limited fashion last week, but he was subsequently made inactive for Saturday's wild-card win over the Dolphins. With another limited session in the books Wednesday, Toney appears to have a chance to return to action in Sunday's divisional round playoff game against the Bills.
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  • Chiefs' Kadarius Toney: Sitting out Saturday

    Toney (hip/ankle) is listed as inactive for Saturday's wild-card game against the Dolphins. Toney sat out Weeks 16 and 17 due to a strained hip before an ankle injury began to be listed next to his name during Week 18 prep. He missed all three contests, but his ability to practice in a limited capacity this week gave him a chance to return to action. That won't come to pass for Toney, meaning the Chiefs will lean on Rashee Rice, Justin Watson, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Mecole Hardman and Richie James at wide receiver in their postseason opener.
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  • Chiefs' Kadarius Toney: Another limited practice

    Toney (hip/ankle) remained a limited participant at practice Wednesday. Toney was sidelined for the Chiefs' last three regular-season contests, but two straight limited sessions this week suggest that the wideout could be available for Saturday's playoff opener against the Dolphins. He'll presumably need to log a full practice listing Thursday, however, in order to avoid heading into the weekend with an injury designation.
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  • Chiefs' Kadarius Toney: Idle for Week 18

    Toney (hip/ankle) has been ruled out ahead of Sunday's game against the Chargers, Matt McMullen of the Chiefs' official site reports. Toney and Rashee Rice (hamstring) are the only Chiefs skill-position players ruled out for Week 18 for injury-related reasons, but with Kansas City already locked in as the No. 3 seed in the AFC playoffs heading into the regular-season finale, quarterback Patrick Mahomes and several other key contributors are expected to be rested for the contest or play only limited snaps. Given that Toney hasn't played since Week 15 and regressed from limited practice participation Wednesday to no participation Thursday, it's far from a lock that he'll be ready to play the following week, when the Chiefs host a to-be-determined opponent in the wild-card round. Toney finishes the regular season with 27 catches for 169 yards and a touchdown on 38 targets to go with 11 carries for 31 yards over 13 appearances.
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  • Chiefs' Kadarius Toney: Not practicing Thursday

    Toney (hip/ankle) won't practice Thursday, Matt McMullen of the Chiefs' official site reports. Toney was limited Wednesday, so it remains to be seen if his lack of participation Thursday is indicative of load management or an injury setback. Given that the Chiefs are locked in as the AFC's No. 3 seed in the playoffs, Toney is a candidate to be held out this weekend if he approaches Week 18 action at less than 100 percent.
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  • Chiefs' Kadarius Toney: Returns to practice

    Toney was a limited participant at practice Wednesday due to hip and ankle injuries. Toney didn't practice last week and has missed two straight games due to a hip strain, but he's now apparently dealing with an additional injury as the Chiefs begin Week 18 prep. On a positive note, Toney still managed to take the field Wednesday in some capacity, which marks a step forward in his recovery and suggests that he could put an end to his two-game absence Sunday versus the Chargers. That said, with the Chiefs locked in as the AFC's No. 3 seed in the playoffs, the team has no incentive to play the wideout in the regular-season finale if they're not convinced he's 100 percent healthy.
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  • Chiefs' Kadarius Toney: Absent to begin Week 17 prep

    Toney (hip) won't practice Wednesday, Matt McMullen of the Chiefs' official site reports. Toney missed Monday's 20-14 loss to the Raiders and still isn't ready to resume practicing. He'll have two more opportunities to take the practice field Thursday and Friday before Kansas City decides whether the wideout will carry a designation into Sunday's game against the Bengals.
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  • Chiefs' Kadarius Toney: Officially ruled out

    Toney (hip) is out for Monday's game against the Raiders, Matt McMullen of the Chiefs' official site reports. Toney failed to practice in any capacity during the week, so the fact that he's been ruled out doesn't come as a significant surprise. Marquez Valdes-Scantling should have a chance to step up in Toney's absence, while Richie James could also see his snap count rise.
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  • Chiefs' Kadarius Toney: Second straight DNP on Friday

    Toney (hip) isn't practicing Friday, Matt McMullen of the Chiefs' official site reports. Toney is sitting out practice for a second consecutive day. He'll look to raise his participation level Saturday before the team publishes its Week 16 injury report for Monday's game against the Raiders. With Skyy Moore (knee) done for the remainder of the regular season, Kansas City's receiving corps behind rookie Rashee Rice includes Justin Watson, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Richie James and Justyn Ross, while it remains to be seen if Toney or Mecole Hardman (thumb) will be available Monday.
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  • Chiefs' Kadarius Toney: Not practicing Thursday

    Toney won't practice Thursday due to a strained hip, Matt McMullen of the Chiefs' official site reports. The wideout's absence from practice to begin Week 16 prep could put him at risk of missing Monday's game against the Raiders. That said, given Toney's modest production to date, he profiles as a fantasy option only in deeper leagues.
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  • Chiefs' Kadarius Toney: Minimal production in win

    Toney caught two of four targets for five yards in Sunday's 27-17 win over the Patriots. After committing a costly offside penalty in the fourth quarter of the Chiefs' Week 14 loss to the Bills that wiped out a potential game-winning hook-and-ladder touchdown, Toney didn't see a major drop in playing time or touches. He logged four targets for the second straight week, but he once again had another gaffe, as he bobbled a pass from Patrick Mahomes in the fourth quarter in Chiefs territory that ended up going for a New England interception. If there's a saving grace for Toney, it's the fact that none of the Chiefs' other pass catchers beyond Travis Kelce and Rashee Rice are producing with any consistency. With that in mind, Toney may still have a role in the Kansas City game plan Monday against the Raiders, despite his recent struggles.
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  • Chiefs' Kadarius Toney: Won't play Sunday

    Toney (ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Raiders. Toney joins Mecole Hardman (thumb) and Jerick McKinnon (groin) as the Chiefs' skill position players who will not play Sunday. Toney has struggled in his first year in Kansas City and has played 40-plus percent offensive snaps once this season. With Toney and Hardman out, Skyy Moore and Richie James are candidates to see a significant uptick in offensive snaps for Sunday's game.
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  • Chiefs' Kadarius Toney: Snares pair of passes in Week 11

    Toney reeled in both of his targets for 12 yards during Monday's 21-17 defeat against the Eagles. After some down weeks prior to the bye in terms of playing time, Toney saw a slight uptick to above 20 percent of snaps for the first time since Week 6. He didn't produce much more, though he did handle a pair of carries for 14 yards in addition to his two grabs and served as the punt returner for the Chiefs over Mecole Hardman. Regardless, Toney's fantasy outlook isn't particularly bright the rest of the way.
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