Clyde Edwards-Helaire injury update: Chiefs RB leaves game vs. Bills with knee injury

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One of the Chiefs’ offensive weapons is out for the remainder of Kansas City’s “Sunday Night Football” affair with the Bills.

The team ruled running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire out with a left knee injury he suffered in the third quarter. 

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Edwards-Helaire was helped off the field by teammates, but then he walked to the locker room and X-ray room, according to the NBC broadcast.

He was held in check before leaving the game; 13 yards on seven carries. 

Edward-Helaire, the 32nd overall pick in last year’s NFL Draft, had 803 yards and four touchdowns in 13 games as a rookie. So far this season, the Baton Rouge native has 65 carries for 304 yards, (4.67 yards a carry), but he has not yet had a run of 20 or more yards.

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Darrel Williams and Jerick McKinnon will shoulder most of the rushing load for the Chiefs as they try to mount a second-half comeback rally in this rematch of last season’s AFC championship game.



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