Kansas City Chiefs safety Tyrann Mathieu did not practice Wednesday ahead of Sunday's AFC Championship against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Mathieu is in concussion protocol after suffering an injury during the Chiefs' Divisional Round win against the Buffalo Bills.
"He's doing very well. We'll just see how he does tomorrow," Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said, per Chiefs.com's Matt McMullen. "There's a chance, if everything works out, that he'll be able to get back."
Mathieu started all 16 games in which he played for the Chiefs during the regular season. He made six tackles in Kansas City's 34-31 loss to the Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium earlier this month.
Mathieu is in his third season with Kansas City and ninth in the NFL. He was selected by the Arizona Cardinals in the third round of the 2013 NFL Draft, six picks after former Cincinnati Bearcats standout and current Chiefs teammate Travis Kelce.
The Enquirer's Kelsey Conway via Twitter on the Bengals' injury report:
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