According to Pete Sweeney of arrowheadpride.com, Chiefs head coach Andy Reid stated after his team's 17-9 victory that Kadarius Toney experienced some discomfort in his left foot during the game. 

We're going to look into it. He participated in the majority of the plays in which he was scheduled to act.

Justin Watson, who plays wide receiver, was suffering from severe dehydration.

After entering the building and receiving an IV, he stated that he intended to leave if the game went into overtime.

Due to problems with his right knee, Toney was out for a portion of both training camp and the preseason.

On Sunday, he carried the ball once for three yards and caught three catches for a total of 35 yards.

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