The Kansas City Chiefs expect big things out of 2022 second-round pick and rookie wide receiver Skyy Moore. Unfortunately, his development could be stalled here for a bit.
Moore, the former Western Michigan wide receiver, had to exit training camp early this Tuesday morning.
The second-round pick was running a route against a defender when he got bumped a bit late. Moore's leg/foot appeared to land awkwardly beneath him.
He had some trouble putting weight on his right leg and wound up leaving practice.
"#Chiefs rookie 2nd round pick, WR Skyy Moore, left practice early after suffering an apparent injury," said Dov Kleiman.
The Chiefs later announced Moore is dealing with a hip injury. It's unclear how severe the injury is or how much time the rookie will miss.
In three years at Western Michigan, Skyy Moore caught 171 passes for 2,482 yards and 16 touchdowns. The Chiefs wound up taking him in the second round of the 2022 NFL Draft.
Let's hope Moore can get healthy soon. He's going to play a big role for Kansas City in coming years.