Super Bowl 57 live updates: Eagles lead 24-14; Mahomes injured his ankle again late in the second quarter

Quarterback Patrick Mahomes, coach Andy Reid and the Kansas City Chiefs are back in the Super Bowl for the third time in four seasons hoping to claim their second Super Bowl as a team and the third time as a franchise.

They will face the young Philadelphia Eagles, whose rebuilding effort under third-year quarterback Jalen Hults and coach Nick Sirianni, a second-year player, will see the team returning to the big stage for the first time in five years.

Here are the latest news about Super Bowl 57.


Eagles have a 24-14 lead in the second half following a an untimely field goal

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The NFC Championship game DeVontaSmith quickly brought his team on an area of play, and took the ball off after an unproven catch during the Eagles the first play in their win over their opponents, the San Francisco 49ers.

It didn't work in the game against it against the Chiefs at the Super Bowl.

The replay review that took place in the second quarter revealed that Smith could not keep possession of the ball following an attempt to catch one of the Kansas City 13, and the ball was declared ineligible. It was determined that the Eagles tried to throw the ball right away, but because it was less than two minutes remaining in the first half, official in the booth took the ball down onto the field for a replay.

After the turn, A.J. Brown made a catch-and-run of 22 yards that brought Philadelphia within field goal range. Jake Elliott connected from 35 yards as the clock expired in the opening half, and the Eagles having a lead of 24-14 in the locker room.

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Patrick Mahomes limps off after appearing to injure his ankle again

Then, Patrick Mahomes' injured right ankle looked good until it didn't.

Mahomes was injured, suffering an ankle strain that stretched his high during the match against the Jacksonville Jaguars in the divisional playoff game, stumbled on the third down just before halftime with his injured foot suffered the brunt of the fall when the tackle by Eagles linebacker T.J. Edwards with 1:44 remaining in the second quarter.

Mahomes left the field with apparent discomfort and was later found to be struggling while his ankle was being assessed by his trainers at the sidelines.

Eagles come back to the front after yet another Jalen Hurts touchdown

The Eagles were in their Super Bowl with 35 fourth-down attempts. The 36th and the 37th were the most significant of the season to date.

At fourth-and-5, on Kansas City's 44 Kansas City 44, Hurts took off into sunlight and completed the initial fourth down of the drive by scoring the 28-yard run down to the left sideline. When faced with a fourth-and-2 and a fourth-and-2, the Eagles had Kansas City to jump inside the red zone in order to make a first-and-1 and Hurts got his second touchdown on the rushing field on the next play , which helped make the score 21-14 with just less than two minutes left in the second half.

The drive was played in 12 plays, and was able to take 7:19 off of the clock. The Eagles are dominating the time of possession. They've been in possession for 20:32 minutes, and Mahomes as well as Kansas City have had it for 7:08.

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Chiefs make up for deficit with defensive touchdown following Eagles mistakenly threw the ball

The Eagles were leading by seven points and were within Chiefs territory again.

Instead of trying to put Kansas City back on its heels They let them stay to the game.

When faced with a third-and-1 from the Chiefs 47yard line, right-guard Isaac Seumalo jumped early and forced forward and pushed the Eagles forward five yards. In the subsequent play Hurts was attempting to run through a quarterback's keeper, but he dropped the ball , and Nick Bolton - the Chiefs top tackler, picked the ball and scored with the 36-yard return, which was able to tie the game.

This was Hurts' first to be a fumble Hurts dropped since losing Week 10 in Indianapolis and also the first team mistake in the playoffs.

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A.J. Brown sets Eagles ahead with a long touchdown catch

The ability to score with the biggest play was the hallmark in the Eagles offense throughout the entire season.

At the Super Bowl, Brown made it.

In the opening game of the 2nd quarter Hurts was in the pocket, watching Brown run down the field before he slipped into double-coverage. Hurts' throw was to a point that anyone who was able to catch the ball would need to adjust.

Juan Thornhill and McDuffie in defense were not able to. Brown did however, and the Eagles take the lead back 14-7 after the 45-yard finish.

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Chiefs are unable to advantage as Harrison Butker field goal goes "doink"

The Chiefs were able to move the ball effectively but ultimately decided to go for a field goal in the fourth-and-3 situation following their third drive. Butker's 42-yard shot veered to the left and failed after it hit the upright, which kept the score at 7-7.

The play of the Chiefs drive was highlighted by a stunning throw of 22 yards from Mahomes to Kelce as well as some shrewd playmaking coming from Kansas City. Kelce along with receiver Juju Smith-Schuster sent signals to the Chiefs sides like they didn't know an appropriate play. They changed their direction after Mahomes found the running back Jerick McKinnon to complete a seven-yard pass on the right side.

Mahomes almost made an interception during the following play but the Chiefs field goal kick error could be a recurrence for the team later in the game.

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Eagles RB Miles Sanders sidelined after hit in the game's opening play

In the opening play of the game Sanders was able to carry for just a one-yard loss. Chiefs cornerback Trent McDuffie tracked him down close to the sideline, and delivered an enormous hit and knocked off the ball from the way.

Sanders is a fourth-year student at Penn State, was seen shaking his hand following the game and went to the locker room, before getting back on the field. Boston Scott and Kenneth Gainwell played the duting of the ball when Sanders was not there. Sanders returned on the field in the second quarter.

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Chiefs react quickly to tie the game against Eagles

The Chiefs didn't delay in reacting to the Eagles the first score.

Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes found who else than his most sought-after player the tight wide receiver Travis Kelce, for a 18-yard touchdown that tied the game 7-7 at 6:57 in the first half.

Mahomes his first play during the contest was a 20 yard completion to Kelce. Importantly: Mahomes ankle is looking great also, following a ran for 8 yards during the game's opening drive.

The Chiefs reached the red zone by running a 24 yard run on the left side of the running in the back of Isaiah Pacheco.

Kelce also was able to celebrate his touchdown by dancing at the goal line.

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