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Fantasy Update

Jul 21, 2014
Rotoworld
Chiefs placed RB Joe McKnight (knee) and CB Demarcus Van Dyke (hamstring) on active/PUP.
Chief Concerns Jul 21, 2014

Chiefs place RB Joe McKnight, CB David Van Dyke on PUP list

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. – The Chiefs announced Monday running back Joe McKnight and cornerback David Van Dyke were placed on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list. McKnight had his knee scoped following mandatory minicamp, while Van Dyke dealt with a hamstring injury throughout organized team activities (OTAs) and minicamp. Both players can sit out […]
Rotoworld Jul 21, 2014

Joe McKnight starts camp on active/PUP - Joe McKnight (RB) Kansas City Chiefs

Chiefs placed RB Joe McKnight (knee) and CB Demarcus Van Dyke (hamstring) on active/PUP.
Arrowhead Pride Jul 21, 2014
Joe McKnight, who once thought his career was over, hopes to make KC Chiefs roster

Joe McKnight, who once thought his career was over, hopes to make KC Chiefs roster

The Chiefs signed McKnight this offseason to compete at returner among other things, yet the veteran faces an uphill climb after missing last season due to injury. We recently sat down to ask him about the level of competition and how Rex Ryan believes he could actually play cornerback in the NFL. Editor's note: Andy Reid said on Sunday that Joe McKnight had his knee scoped this offseason. "He's made great progress and wants to be out there and he's pretty close," Reid said. In the offseason, how much are you staying in a routine of working out and studying and how much is...

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