CLEVELAND, Ohio (92.3 The Fan) – Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes has been cleared from the NFL’s concussion protocol and will be permitted to play in Sunday’s AFC Championship game against the Buffalo Bills Sunday.
Mahomes suffered a concussion late in the third quarter of Kansas City’s 22-17 win over the Browns when he was brought down by linebacker Mack Wilson.
Friday afternoon, Wilson tweeted his reaction to the news, which Mahomes had just shared with reporters.
Following the game, Browns defensive end Myles Garrett revealed that Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce and other Kansas City players felt the play was dirty and Garrett immediately came to Wilson’s defense.
Wilson also took to Twitter to defend himself Sunday night.
“Never been a dirty player in my life. I just try my best to play fast and make plays,” Wilson Tweeted in response to criticism.
Mahomes and Wilson had an exchange on Twitter following the game and the 2018 NFL MVP and Super Bowl LIV MVP expressed no hard feelings toward Wilson for the play.