Clyde Edwards-Heller, the running back who was selected with the 32nd overall pick in the 2020 draft by the Kansas City Chiefs, has decided to stay with the team through the 2024 season after signing a one-year contract. Despite falling on the depth chart due to injuries and Isiah Pacheco’s strong performance, Edwards-Heller had a standout performance during Super Bowl LVIII, tallying 411 yards from scrimmage on 87 touches. In his 48 games with 32 starts, he amassed an impressive total of 1,845 yards with 12 rushing touchdowns and caught 89 passes for 765 yards and seven TDs.

Along with re-signing Edwards-Heller, Kansas City also reportedly had running back Jay K. Dobbins visit on Tuesday. It remains uncertain whether this signing will have any impact on their pursuit of Dobbins, who recently met with the Los Angeles Chargers as well.

Edwards-Heller’s decision to stay with the Chiefs is a positive sign for both him and the team. As a rookie, he showed great potential and was able to make significant contributions during Super Bowl LIV. With another year under his belt and more experience in the league, Edwards-Heller is poised for even greater success in the coming seasons.

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