Kadarius Toney hurts knee during team practice

Kadarius Toney hurts knee during team practice

Kadarius Toney, the wide receiver for the Kansas City Chiefs, tweaked his knee while catching punts prior to Sunday’s training camp practice. Chiefs head coach Andy Reid indicated that Toney suffered a minor injury on Sunday morning during practice.

Toney has a history of injuries, having missed time in his rookie season with the New York Giants due to a hamstring injury, an ankle sprain, and a quad strain. He also missed three games in his first season with the Chiefs due to a hamstring injury.

It is not yet clear how serious Toney’s latest injury is, but he is expected to undergo further tests. The Chiefs will likely provide an update on his status later this week.

In the meantime, Toney’s injury is a setback for the Chiefs, who are hoping that he can have a breakout season in 2023. Toney is a talented receiver with a lot of potential, but he has been unable to stay healthy throughout his career.

Here are some additional details about Toney’s injury history:

  • August 14, 2021: Grade 2 thigh/hamstring strain, missed all of training camp
  • October 10, 2021: Pedal ankle sprain/pull unspecified grade 1, removed from Week 4 game
  • October 17, 2021: Same ankle aggravated, missed one game
  • November 2, 2021: Leg quad strain, missed four games
  • December 1, 2021: Abdomen muscle strain grade 2, missed three games
  • December 29, 2021: Shoulder, injured in practice prior to return for Week 17
  • May 21, 2022: Knee tear, required minor offseason surgery

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