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How Charles Omenihu Knee Injury Could Derail Chief Playoff Hopes

Charles Omenihu, a star defensive end for the Kansas City Chiefs, hurt his right knee without contact in the AFC championship game against the Baltimore Ravens. He had just sacked Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson in the second quarter when he collapsed on the field. He left the game and did not return.

Omenihu had a remarkable season with the Chiefs, despite missing the first six games due to a suspension for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy. He recorded 28 tackles, seven sacks, and two forced fumbles in 11 games. The Chiefs were leading 14-7 when Omenihu got injured. His absence could be a major setback for the team as they pursue the Super Bowl title.

How Charles Omenihu’s Knee Injury Could Derail Chiefs’ Playoff Hopes

Chiefs’ Star Charles Omenihu Out of Super Bowl with Devastating ACL Injury

Charles Omenihu, the Chiefs’ defensive end, suffered a heartbreaking ACL tear in the AFC Championship Game against the Ravens. He will miss the Super Bowl showdown with his former team, the 49ers, as confirmed by multiple sources and his own X post.

Omenihu had a stellar season with the Chiefs, recording seven sacks in 10 games after serving an NFL suspension. He also stripped Ravens’ quarterback Lamar Jackson before exiting the game with the injury.

Charles Omenihu: A Brief Biography

Charles Omenihu is an American football player who plays as a defensive end for the Kansas City Chiefs in the NFL. He was born on August 20, 1997, in Texas and played football at Rowlett High School. He then played college football at the University of Texas, where he won the Big 12 Defensive Lineman of the Year award in 2018.

He was drafted by the Houston Texans in the fifth round of the 2019 NFL Draft. He later played for the San Francisco 49ers before joining the Chiefs in 2023. He faced a suspension and legal issues in 2023 for misdemeanor domestic violence.

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