Few things can get Kansas City Chiefs fans more excited than seeing Patrick Mahomes in action.

The intrigue surrounding the 25-year-old superstar is especially high this offseason after undergoing surgery to repair the turf toe injury sustained during the Chiefs’ playoff run. According to general manager Brett Veach on March 1, the procedure, which took place on February 10 and three days following the Super Bowl loss that saw Mahomes pressured on 29-of-56 dropbacks, was expected to sideline him for three months.

Now closing in on that benchmark, Mahomes remains on track to participate at a high level during training camp this summer. This week, however, the Chiefs quarterback gave fans a first-hand look into his recovery regiment, posting a pair of new workout videos to his Instagram account.

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Mahomes Shows off Significant Progress in Foot Recovery

The two hype videos, posted on May 1 and May 3, show a mashup of Mahomes working through various exercises with personal trainer Bobby Stroupe near his hometown of Tyler, Texas.

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Captioned with an alarm clock emoji and a simple “No slowing down” message, the hype videos drew GOAT emoji reactions from current and former AFC West rivals Von Miller and Gareon Conley. Teammates Demarcus Robinson and Maurice Ffrench, as well as countless members of Chiefs Kingdom, also chimed in with some encouraging words and excitement heading into the 2021 season.

In the 50 days since free agency first opened, Veach and the Chiefs front office have done everything in their power to ensure there is no repeat of Super Bowl LV. While households names such as Eric Fisher, Mitchell Schwartz and Sammy Watkins are no longer sporting Kansas City uniforms, Mahomes’ offensive line has undergone a complete overhaul with the additions of Orlando Brown Jr., Joe Thuney, Kyle Long, Austin Blythe and 2021 draft picks Creed Humphrey and Trey Smith.

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