Kadarius Toney of the Kansas City Chiefs will not participate in the 2024 Super Bowl. The controversial wide receiver won’t be starting against the San Francisco 49ers since he has struggled with injuries throughout the postseason.
Toney is not anticipated to play today, according to a league source, as Adam Schefter reported. The pass catcher was not listed on the final injury report for Super Bowl LVIII. We anticipate that Patrick Mahomes will give Rashee Rice and Marquez Valdes-Scantling more targets in his stead. Maybe it was the last time we saw Toney in a Chiefs uniform.
Chiefs WR Kadarius Toney, who scored a touchdown during Kansas City’s Super Bow win over Philadelphia one year ago, is not expected to play today for Super Bowl LVIII, per league source. Toney was off the final Super Bowl LVIII injury report.https://t.co/rc099JWYD0
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 11, 2024
Chiefs injury report for the Super Bowl
Kadarius Toney hasn’t played a single football snap since the Chiefs’ victory against the New England Patriots in Week 15, according to ESPN. For the second time this season, Toney intercepted a ball intended for a defender by deflecting it.
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) February 11, 2024
The most recent development in Toney’s delightful 2023–24 season as a Florida alum is his absence from the Super Bowl. Notably, he made news earlier in the postseason. In a widely shared Instagram Live video, he declared himself “not hurt” following the Chiefs’ AFC Championship Game victory over the Baltimore Ravens.