Patrick Mahomes will reportedly undergo surgery Wednesday to repair a torn plantar plate in his foot, as the issue more commonly known as "turf toe" had seemingly been bothering him for most of the Chiefs' Super Bowl run. "The rehab will be several months, but he’s expected to make a full recovery," NFL Network's Ian Rapoport tweeted. "Noted foot specialist Dr. Robert Anderson will perform the procedure." Mahomes' lingering injury had been the subject of speculation for much of the postseason after suffering the injury during Kansas City's win over the Cleveland Browns in the divisional round. The 25-year-old quarterback looked noticeably hobbled over the next two games, including the Chiefs blowout loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers that was arguably the worst game of Mahomes' NFL career. But Mahomes refused to use the turf toe as any sort of excuse for his play on the field, giving credit to the Bucs for beating Kansas City on every conceivable level. "They beat us good," Mahomes said. "The best I've been beaten in a long time." While the Chiefs are certainly facing some tough questions heading into next season, it is undoubtedly a relief that their quarterback is expected to make a full recovery in time. Even with Sunday's loss, Mahomes is off to perhaps the most impressive start to a career in NFL history, having made the Super Bowl in two of his first three seasons as the starter for the Chiefs. And as long as he is healthy, there's no reason to think Kansas City won't be contending again next season.
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