Clyde Edwards-Helaire is officially inactive for the Super Bowl between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles. The former LSU running back was recently activated from injured reserve on Feb. 6 after suffering a high ankle sprain in November.

With Edwards Helaire a healthy scratch Sunday, expect a lot of run for Isiah Pacheco in the backfield and in the passing game.

The Chiefs have been able to get used to being without Edwards-Helaire, but he was a big contributor for the team before his injury. Edwards-Helaire had 302 rushing yards, 151 receiving yards and 6 total touchdowns in 10 games for the Chiefs this season.

Both the Chiefs and Eagles are looking to score their 2nd Super Bowl victory in the past 10 seasons.

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