CHIEFS: QB Patrick Mahomes Suffers Ugly Patella Dislocation, Will Have MRI

Patrick Mahomes suffered a serious knee injury during the second quarter of Thursday night's game against the Denver Broncos.

The Kansas City Chiefs quarterback went down with the injury with 10:00 left in the second quarter following a fourth-down QB sneak. Mahomes was tended to by trainers on the field before walking off with them into the Chiefs locker room.

The team quickly ruled him out with a knee injury.

NFL Network reported Mahomes was taken for X-rays at Empower Field at Mile High where it was determined he suffered a patella dislocation and will undergo an MRI to determine if there is any ligament damage.

But don’t take their word for it, take a look at this video, which shows trainers popping his knee back into place.

And after they did, Mahomes went from writing in pain to walking off the field under his own power into the clubhouse.

Still, that’s the thing about relocations like that—they feel better—but you just don’t know the extent of the damage.

The Chiefs will find that out today when Mahomes undergoes an MRI.

Until then, the team will turn to back up Matt Moore.

And with all respect to him, I am sure Chiefs fans are thinking the less Moore, the better.

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