SOnly two days left until the opening of the conference 2023 NFL Season and kansas city chiefs They’re not sure if they have a star tight end Travis Kelce. Instead, he was injured in team training.
This happened in practice on Tuesday, September 5, when he hyperextended his knee, making it difficult for him to face Thursday, September 7. Detroit Lions at Arrowhead Stadiumfrom Kansas City.
It must be remembered that the chiefs had sounded the alarm and thereafter Patrick Mahomesanother great star player the chiefare studying to determine whether they will be placed in question for the aforementioned 2023 World Cup opener National Football League (NFL).
Kansas City confident of bringing star back
he Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reed revealed to the media Kells hyperextended knee in last session No further details were provided, so they can only see how it evolves in the future.
“We’ll just see how the future plays out. They’re looking at it now. We’ll see how it plays out,” Reid said.
Travis Kelce ends personal streak
With this injury, Travis Kelce could end a pretty stellar record. And he hasn’t missed a game due to injury in the NFL for ten years.
Last season, Kelce had 110 catches for 1,338 yards and 12 touchdowns, career highs. Undoubtedly, it was the year he won his second Super Bowl in four seasons with Kansas State.
The 33-year-old has rushed for seven straight 1,000-yard seasons and is a favorite partner for Patrick Mahomes, who has always found safety in him.
Don’t forget that the famous tight end was able to get more yards with his running ability and leg strength.
In 2023, the Chiefs will add a new wide receiver, Travis Kelce is expected to be ready by this Thursday to continue his positive momentum,
NFL Week 1: Where to watch the 2023 season?
After a 207-day fast for all fans, the NFL will return on Thursday, Sept. 7, kicking off the 2023 season with the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs and Detroit Lions playing in the first week.
This will be the first season without Tom Brady since 1999, so talented quarterbacks like Patrick Mahomes, Joe Burrow, Josh Allen and Dak Prescott Will be expected to take over the league’s leading position.
On Open TV, Televisa will continue its Sunday tradition of broadcasting the Blitz on Channel 9 at 11am and the second round on Channel 5 at 2pm.
Fox Sports will air the two games at 11 a.m. and the two at 2 p.m. on pay TV, as well as the Thursday night game. ESPN still maintains the traditional Sunday Night Football and Monday Night Football.