Chiefs Prepping For Super Bowl

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The Kansas City Chiefs are in Arizona gearing up for Super Bowl 57. Cornerback L'Jarius Sneed has officially cleared concussion protocol and should be ready to go on Sunday at State Farm Stadium. Wide receiver Kadarius Toney said that he's "definitely" playing in the Super Bowl after sustaining in ankle injury in the AFC Championship. Andy Reid said that every player on the active roster has practiced the past two days.

Reid said Wednesday that Patrick Mahomes has been able to do everything in practice so far. "He's been doing really well with his ankle and we had a fast practice a couple of days ago. He can really do just about anything," said Reid.

Reid says Mahomes works hard and strives to be the best. "He's easy to be around. He wants to be the best. He strives for that. Every rep he has in practice he tries to do it the best he possibly can," said Reid.

Mahomes says he wants to have no regrets when he's done playing. "What I'm chasing. I'm never saying I'm chasing a player. I don't want to have any regrets when I step off this football field," said Mahomes.

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