Kadarius Toney

Overall Rank
WR108
2023
Height
5' 11"
Weight
193 lbs
Arm Length
31"
(36th)
Draft Pick
1.20
(2021)
College
Florida
Age
25.2
Best Comparable Player
Bruce Ellington
Workout Metrics
4.43
85th
97.5
64th
135.2
96th
11.11
66th
10.15
77th
40-Yard Dash
Speed Score
Burst Score
Agility Score
Catch Radius
High School Metrics
23.7%
(34th)
College Dominator
19.4%
(48th)
College Target Share
21.6
(23rd)
Breakout Age
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Kadarius Toney’s Future with the Chiefs Uncertain After Being a Healthy Scratch for the Superbowl.
2 months ago

Kadarius Toney’s future with the Chiefs and the NFL is uncertain after being a healthy scratch at the Superbowl

Kadarius Toney’s future with the Chiefs and the NFL is uncertain after being a healthy scratch at the Superbowl. Toney, who didn’t play any snaps after week 15 went public prior to the AFC Championship game claiming he was no longer injured. Toney was then deemed a healthy scratch for the Superbowl.

 

 

Toney, the former Giants 2021 first round pick, came over to the Chiefs in mid-season acquisition back in 2022. There was a lot of buzz coming out of Chiefs training camp and the pre-season, touting Toney as the clear Chiefs  #1 wide receiver headed into 2023, an injury riddled season fizzled that hope. In 13 games with the Chiefs in 2023, Toney finished with 27 receptions for 169 yards and 1 touchdown. The Chiefs will be looking to either trade or cut Toney this offseason. It is looking more and more like Kadarius Toney has taken his last NFL snap, unless there is a team desperate enough at wide receiver willing to take a shot on this high risk investment.

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Kadarius Toney is off the Injury Report and Could Play in the Superbowl
2 months ago

Kadarius Toney is off the injury report, but it is uncertain if he will play in the Superbowl after some controversial comments he made on social media.

Kadarius Toney is off the injury report, but it is uncertain if he will play in the Superbowl after some controversial comments he made on social media. Toney was ruled out in the AFC Championship and there was some controversy regarding whether or not he could have played or not. Ultimately Toney was ruled out and didn’t play. 

 

 

Toney has been nothing more than a rotational gadget player for the Chiefs this year, topping out at a 44% snap share in week 14. Toney hasn’t played since week 16, so don’t expect much from him in the Superbowl other than being a decoy or getting the odd designed gadget play.

Joe Thuney and Kadarius Toney ruled out, Pacheco to play vs the Ravens
2 months ago

Joe Thuney and Kadarius Toney have ruled out, however, Isiah Pacheco will play in the AFC Championship game when the Chiefs face the Ravens on Sunday.

The Kansas City Chiefs have ruled out Kadarius Toney and All-Pro guard Joe Thuney when they face the Ravens in the AFC Championship game on Sunday. Thuney, who helped lead this offensive line to being one of the best in the league will be missed on Sunday. Nick Allegretti gets the start in Thuney’s place.

 

 

Isiah Pacheco, who missed the whole week of practice, as expected will play. Pacheco was dominant in the Divisional Round against the Bills, averaging 6.5 yards per carry which led to 97 yards and touchdown on the ground. Look for the Chiefs to lean heavily on Pacheco and the run game once again, if they plan to keep Lamar Jackson and the high flying Ravens offense off the field.

Kadarius Toney and Skyy Moore ruled out for Chiefs divisional round game.
2 months ago

Kadarius Toney and Skyy Moore ruled out for Chiefs divisional round game vs the Bills.

Kadarius Toney and Skyy Moore have been ruled out for Chiefs for their divisional round game vs the Bills.

 

Look for the Chiefs to continue to lean on Rashee Rice, Travis Kelce and Isiah Pacheco in part 3 of the Allen/Mahomes playoff trilogy.

Rashee Rice and Kadarius Toney ruled out for the Chiefs in Week 18
3 months ago

Rashee Rice and Kadarius Toney have been ruled out for the Chiefs when they face the Chargers in Week 18.

Rashee Rice will not play on Sunday due to a hamstring injury when the Chiefs face the Chargers in the final week of the regular season. Rice, who is having a great rookie campaign will come up 62 yards shy of the 1000 yard mark. Rice finished 2023 as the WR21, he was especially impressive in the last 8 games, in those games, he had 47 receptions for 560 yards and 3 touchdowns, and commanded a 23% target share during that time period.

The Chiefs have also ruled out L’Jarius Sneed and Kadarius Toney for Sunday’s contest as well. These aren’t surprising moves for the Chiefs as they are already locked into the  #3 seed and are playing it safe and allowing their key pieces to have important rest. 

Kadarius Toney and Jerick McKinnon ruled out for Week 16
3 months ago

Kadarius Toney and Jerick McKinnon were ruled out for the Chiefs for their Christmas Day divisional matchup vs the Las Vegas Raiders at Arrowhead.

The Kansas City Chiefs will be without two of their veteran playmakers when they face off against their hated division rivals in the Las Vegas Raiders on Christmas Day. Kadarius Toney and Jerick McKinnon were both ruled out for the game on Monday.

 

McKinnon will be missed the most in the Chiefs offense, coming off a nice 2 game stretch in which he was the RB15 during that span. Isiah Pacheco will be returning to the lineup and is an RB1 this week versus a weak Raider run defense that gives up an average of 124.9 yards per game on the ground. Clyde Edwards-Helaire, who also caught fire in Pacheco’s absence, is a sneaky flex play this week and will see a bump in snaps with the McKinnon news.

 

With Skyy Moore and now Kadarius Toney out this week, look for Richie James to take the majority of the slot role for the Chiefs, and could be a contributor for the Chiefs down the stretch. No Chiefs wide receiver is statable this week, outside of Rashee Rice who continues to be a smash play week and after week. Rice is a top 10 wide receiver this week against the Raiders.