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Dakota Watson is a practicing Doctor of Physical Therapy in the Kansas City metro. During the season, he contributes weekly injury analysis to Arrowhead Pride. He uses his orthopedic experience to cover the previous week’s injuries, how it will affect the team weekly, as well as covering the relevant injuries of upcoming opponents.

Analyzing Prince Tega Wanogho’s quadriceps injury

During Sunday’s win, Kansas City’s promising backup tackle suffered what very well could be a season-ending injury.

Analyzing the Chiefs’ long injury list entering the weekend

What can we expect against the Chicago Bears?

Examining Travis Kelce’s bone bruise and chances to play vs. Jaguars

Does the All-Pro tight end have a chance to play on Sunday?

How much will L’Jarius Sneed, Kadarius Toney play vs. Lions?

Analyzing the injury situation for both teams opening the 2023 season.

Explaining Travis Kelce’s hyperextension and next steps

Analyzing what a knee hyperextension injury entails and Kelce’s potential return to the field.

Chiefs’ Andy Reid: Kadarius Toney’s return is ‘day-by-day’

Following Saturday’s final preseason game, Kansas City’s head coach gave an update on the injured wide receiver.

Examining L’Jarius Sneed’s ongoing knee injury

One of Kansas City’s the top cornerbacks missed a lot of time in training camp with knee swelling.

Considering potential timelines for 5 injured Chiefs

When can we expect to see these injured Chiefs players make their returns to the field?

Examining Justyn Ross’ journey to the NFL — and his outlook for 2023

Kansas City’s wide receiver has overcome three surgeries — one from what could have been a career-ending injury.

Analyzing Kadarius Toney’s knee injury

Kansas City’s No. 1 wide receiver has had a surgical repair to a torn meniscus.