Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes full participant in Wednesday’s practice

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Reid of Mahomes and Matt Moore prior to Wednesday's practice, per Adam Teicher of ESPN. "But he's got to go through this work level and keep increasing it and see how he does".

He continued: "He obviously wants to play, I mean that's him, he's wanted to do that since 20 minutes after it happened".

Of course the Titans have a greater prospect to earn if Matt Moore is the quarterback.

When the Kansas City Chiefs arrive in town on Sunday, they'll bring more than one of the league's most high-powered offenses. Kansas City (6-3) lost at Green Bay 31-24 in Week 8 before defeating Minnesota 26-23 on Sunday.

Patrick Mahomes will continue to press toward an early return.

"We're kind of in the same pattern we've been in the past couple of weeks, " Moore said.

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With the Tennessee Titans now struggling through what has been an up-and-down season in 2019, the last thing this team needed was a matchup with one of the league's elite teams, the Kansas City Chiefs. Reid said that decision would be left to general manager Brett Veach.

As for Mahomes, the Titans are preparing this week to face him after seeing Mahomes' excited reaction to Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker's game-winning kick in Week 9.

They'll also bring another opportunity for the Titans to show they're making any tangible signs of progress in Mike Vrabel's second year. "He got pretty good air".

Linebacker Jayon Brown (groin), defensive tackle Jurrell Casey (shoulder), wide receiver Corey Davis (hip) and tight end Delanie Walker (ankle) all did not practice. So far so good as he was a full participant for the first time since he was injured.

Blair Kerkhoff has covered sports for The Kansas City Star since 1989.

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