Tyreek Hill and others practiced for the Chiefs prior to playoffs

The Kansas City Chiefs are preparing for playoffs. Wide receiver Tyreek Hills was spotted today at practice alongside Darell Williams, Clyde Edwards Helaire and Darell Wilkes.

The Chiefs saw a spectacular finish to the regular season, ending the NFL’s first 17-game season with a 12-5 record.

Clyde Edwards Helaire and Tyreek Hill are all recovering from injuries. But, they were present at Wednesday practice, which suggests that the Super Wild Card Weekend win could go to a dominant Chiefs team.

Chiefs regain key starters in preparation for Super Wild Card Weekend

After Sunday’s win over the Denver Broncos, Hill, Edwards-Helaire and Williams all reported various injuries. Hill is battling a heel injury, Edwards-Helaire is “making progress” in a shoulder injury, and Williams is dealing with a toe injury.

Andy Reid, head coach, said this week that Williams will be available to play Sunday with Hill. Edwards-Helaire was also present at practice and it is an indication of a promising recovery.

After dealing with an overwhelming COVID-19 outbreak and injuring several offensive starters, the Chiefs are heading into Sunday’s matchup with a relatively healthy group offering quarterback Patrick Mahomes plenty of options.

Hill and Williams proved to be invaluable this year, with each racking up over 1,000 receiving yards and eight touchdowns.

Eve though Hill played through the Broncos’ game hurt, the second-highest graded Chiefs player by PFF could see a healthy return against the Steelers this weekend.