Brittany Matthews Gives Health Update on Fiance Patrick Mahomes After Concussion

by Kayla Zadel
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Patrick Mahomes suffered a concussion during Sunday’s game against the Cleveland Browns. Patrick’s fiancé and mother to his unborn child, Brittany Matthews, is updating fans on his condition.

Matthews took to Twitter to let everyone know how Mahomes was doing. “I’m fine, Patricks fine, thanks for all the prayers!” Matthews tweeted. “WE STILL GOT A GAME TO WIN LETS GOOOOOO!!!”

It didn’t take long for Brittany Matthews to put the hit behind her. Her statement about Mahomes’ condition was followed shortly by more tweets during the game. Matthews showed her support for the Chief’s backup quarterback Chad Henne. “HENNEEEEEEEEE LFGGGGG,” she tweets.

Patrick Mahomes Sustains Head Injury, Uncertain for AFC Championship

During Sunday’s divisional-round playoff game, the Super Bowl-winning quarterback was hit by Mack Wilson of the Cleveland Browns. In a video that’s hard to watch, Patrick Mahomes struggles to get to his feet. The 25-year-old is no doubtfully dizzy from the blow. Mahomes had to be helped off the field. He then ran, very uneasily, to the locker room.

After the hit, the Chiefs confirmed on Twitter that Mahomes was “being evaluated for a concussion.”

Mahomes also shared a message for fans on Twitter, posting, “#HenneThingIsPossible.” A reference to the backup quarterback’s name. However, he first took the time to respond to the football player the dealt the damaging hit.

“All good brother!” Patrick Mahomes II responds to Mack Wilson’s tweet. “Prayers to @PatrickMahomes . I pray you back next week! Go be great like you have been!” Wilson originally shares.

Sporting News shares that the Kansas City Chief quarterback could be good to go for the AFC Championship this coming Sunday. Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said postgame that Mahomes is doing well and that he passed all the preliminary tests. However, he will still be monitored up until game time, meaning Mahomes will have to pass the concussion protocol.

As a matter of fact, the Chiefs took the win from the Browns 22-17.

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