According to reports from CBS Sports, it appears that Kadarius Toney, the wide receiver for the Kansas City Chiefs, will not be participating in Super Bowl LVIII unless there are any unexpected developments. Over the past few months, Toney has been dealing with a series of setbacks including injuries and personal issues that have kept him out of action for the Chiefs since Week 15.
This season has seen Toney struggle with a low number of catches and a high drop rate compared to other receivers on the team. In Week 1, his mistake resulted in a touchdown for the Detroit Lions, and further errors only compounded his difficulties. Prior to the AFC Championship Game, Toney took to Instagram Live to vent about the challenges he was facing, calling into question whether or not he could be trusted by the team.
Despite these recent struggles, Toney had an impressive performance in Super Bowl LVII with the Giants. However, given his challenging season this year and the fact that his contract is up next year, there is a possibility that he may not be back with the Chiefs after this season.