The Chiefs are healthy headed into Super Bowl LIV, according to the pool report from the Pro Football Writers of America.
The report said the Chiefs practiced for about an hour and 15 minutes at the Miami Dolphins Baptist Health Training Facility on Friday.
“I thought they had good energy,” Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said in the report. “They flew around. Got some red zone work done, which we needed. Kind of polished it up. All-in-all another positive day.”
The report said every Chiefs player practiced on Friday indicating everyone will be healthy enough to play Sunday.
Reid said the Chiefs will have a their normal walk through on Saturday.
“We’ll make sure the substitutions are right, then get a team picture, and we’re out of here,” he said in the report. Asked if he is ready to go, Reid said, “I don’t want to play, but yeah, I’m ready to coach.”
Kansas City will take on San Francisco in Super Bowl LIV on Sunday, Feb. 2. You can watch the game on Fox 22, KQFX.