Edwards-Helaire is the Chiefs’ running leader who would see their running production diminish taking into account the numbers of the substitutes
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The corridor Clyde Edwards-Helaire have a medial collateral ligament sprain of your left knee and will be out of the Kansas City Chiefs lineup for “a few weeks,” a source pointed out to Adam Schefter.
Furthermore, the receiver Tyreek Hill suffered a minor knee injury Sunday night, but he wouldn’t waste time, the insider told Schefter.
Edwards-Helaire injured his knee in the third quarter of a 38-20 loss to the Buffalo Bills.
He was helped off the field by his teammates after being tackled after a screen pass with 8:08 left on the quarter clock. He finished with 13 yards on seven carries and one catch for 11 yards after consecutive 100-yard games.
He is the Chiefs’ leading rusher with 304 yards after five games.
Veterans Darrell Williams and Jerick McKinnon are the backups. Williams has rushed for 99 yards and two touchdowns and caught seven passes for 45 yards so far this season. McKinnon has a run for two yards and three receptions for 27 yards.
Sunday’s loss left the Chiefs 2-3 with a record.