Kansas City Chiefs running back Isiah Pacheco is recovering from offseason surgery, head coach Andy Reid confirmed Monday.
Pacheco played in Super Bowl LVII with a torn labrum and a broken hand, according to reports over the weekend.
“He’s making progress,” Reid told reporters. “We’ll just see how it goes. I can’t even give you a timeline.”
Reid also updated the condition of first-round draft pick Felix Anudike-Uzomah, who was limited in rookie practice, which concluded Monday. Reid said the defensive end, who played at Kansas State, had surgery on his right thumb before the draft.
“He did a little bit more today than he did yesterday and we’ll just keep gradually bringing him back in,” Reid said. “Today, he had his helmet on and did a little bit more. You’d hope maybe Phase 3, but you don’t know. We’ll just see how he feels.”
Pacheco, 24, rose from a seventh-round pick in the 2022 draft to starter. He started 11 of 17 games and ran for 830 yards with five touchdowns and added 130 receiving yards.
Anudike-Uzomah, 21, appeared in 32 games (27 starts) at Kansas State. The Kansas City native tied for sixth in school history with 20.5 sacks and fourth in career forced fumbles with eight.
–Field Level Media