What Chiefs’ Andy Reid told Kadarius Toney after receiver’s brutal game

Kadarius Toney still enjoys support in the Chiefs' locker room despite a challenging season debut.

Following his disappointing performance against the Lions, Toney revealed that Coach Andy Reid advised him to simplify his approach.

Reid's counsel was straightforward: "Don't try to be a superhero," a sentiment echoed by Mahomes.

Toney's game saw him targeted five times but with just one one-yard reception, and two critical drops.

ESPN reported Reid's belief that playing Toney is the key to improvement as the season progresses.

Toney took full responsibility for his performance, acknowledging his teammates' reliance on him to make important plays.

He emphasized that there were no excuses or external factors to blame, stating that he knew he could have performed better.

Despite showcasing speed and athleticism, Toney has been plagued by injuries, playing in only 20 games during his three-season career.

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