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Eric Berry will play for the Chiefs vs. Jets

Eric Berry will play for the Chiefs vs. Jets

The return of Eric Berry is upon us. The Kansas City Chiefs safety has been out since he injured his ankle in Week 2. It's now Week 9. That's a long time. Berry will return to the field on Sunday against the New York Jets, Andy Reid confirmed on Friday. Reid did say that Berry would play but he did not say whether Berry would start the game. Ron Parker has done a fine job replacing Berry in the secondary. He's a versatile player so the Chiefs can find a spot for him if Berry does return. Parker also allows the Chiefs to work Berry back in a limited role if that's what they decide to do...
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Trent Green talks Travis Kelce, Knile Davis and playoff hopes for the Kansas City Chiefs

CBS analyst and former Kansas City quarterback Trent Green was generous with his time Friday morning, talking to me about his views on all things Chiefs. The Kansas City Chiefs are hosting the New York Jets this Sunday, and Greg Gumbel has the call for CBS alongside new color analyst, Trent Green. Of...
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Chiefs' Andy Reid confident Jets will have some surprises for them

The Chiefs and Jets meet on Sunday for the first time in three seasons but they know each other well. The Kansas City Chiefs come in with quite a bit of familiarity with each other despite not playing each other every year. Jets offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg was with Andy Reid and the Eagles...
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Arrowheadlines: Kansas City Chiefs News 10/31

Boo! Here's your Kansas City Chiefs news from across the internet. The steaming heap that is the Jets is frightening. Happy Halloween. Go Chiefs! 10/30 Practice Recap: Preparing for Michael Vick from The Mothership Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid keeps...

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Topeka Capital-Journal Oct 30, 2014

Chiefs' linebacker Mauga preps to face former team

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Finally healthy and given a shot to start, veteran linebacker Josh Mauga suddenly leads the resurgent Kansas City Chiefs in tackles nearing the midway point of the season. Never heard of him? The New York Jets can give you a primer. When they visit Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday, they will gaze across the field at the very same linebacker that they decided was washed up. Mauga struggled with so many injuries the past couple seasons that the Jets finally let him go, only for him to find a home in Kansas City. read more
Topeka Capital-Journal Oct 29, 2014

Chiefs QB to practice after shoulder injury

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Given his long history of shoulder problems, nobody could fault Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith for a few moments of concern at halftime of last Sunday’s game against St. Louis. Smith had absorbed a sack just before halftime, landing hard on his throwing shoulder. But after he received some treatment in the locker room, Smith returned to the field and played the entire second half without missing a beat in a 34-7 blowout victory. read more

Getting to know the Chiefs

The New York Jets aren't the only team that has faced a Murderer's Row of quarterbacks. The Kansas City Chiefs have played Peyton Manning, Colin Kaepernick, Philip Rivers and Tom Brady -- on the road. Unlike the Jets, they didn't crumble. Without two injured Pro Bowl players, safety Eric Berry and linebacker Derrick Johnson, the Chiefs still rank third in total defense and third in scoring defense. The man in charge of their defense is former Jets assistant Bob Sutton, who worked under four Jets coaches -- Al Groh, Herm Edwards, Eric Mangini and Rex Ryan.
Topeka Capital-Journal Oct 27, 2014

Houston on pace for Chiefs' season sack record

KANSAS CITY, Mo.— Justin Houston wasn’t supposed to be on the field at the end of the game. Chiefs coach Andy Reid had pulled most of his starters in the lopsided win against St. Louis, and his star pass rusher was supposed to be next to him on the sideline. But when Josh Martin hurt his hamstring late in the fourth quarter, Houston quietly slipped back onto the field Naturally, he went ahead and bagged one more sack. read more
Topeka Capital-Journal Oct 27, 2014

Michael Vick to start for Jets against Chiefs

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Rex Ryan has announced that Michael Vick will start at quarterback over Geno Smith in the New York Jets’ game against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday. Ryan says Monday that the decision “isn’t any long-term deal or whatever,” but adds that it is “the right decision for this time.” read more
Topeka Capital-Journal Oct 26, 2014

Chiefs score 34 unanswered in 34-7 rout of Rams

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Jamaal Charles shredded the Rams on a pair of touchdown runs. Knile Davis returned a kickoff 99 yards for another score. The Chiefs sacked St. Louis quarterback Austin Davis seven times. If there was a fourth phase to football, Kansas City probably would have dominated that, too. After spotting their cross-state rivals the first touchdown, the Chiefs turned up the pressure in every way Sunday. The result was a 34-7 victory, their sixth straight in the series dating to Sept. 24, 1994, when the Rams were still based in Los Angeles. read more
Topeka Capital-Journal Oct 25, 2014

Chiefs QB Smith gets another crack at Rams

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The future and fortunes of the Kansas City Chiefs changed dramatically by what happened in St. Louis two years ago, in the early stages of a game that they weren’t even playing. The San Francisco 49ers had visited the Edward Jones Dome to play the Rams. Alex Smith was their quarterback. On a play late in the first quarter, Smith was scrambling when he took a shot from linebacker Jo-Lonn Dunbar to the back of his neck. Dazed, Smith remained in the game, only to get sacked three plays later and clobbered again on a fourth-and-1 keeper. read more
Express-Times Oct 25, 2014
What Donovan McNabb might say during Sunday's Kansas City Chiefs broadcast

What Donovan McNabb might say during Sunday's Kansas City Chiefs broadcast

Former Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb is doing the color analysis for Fox on today's St. Louis Rams-Kansas City Chiefs game. McNabb's old coach Andy Reid is the Chiefs' head coach.

Chiefs QB Alex Smith gets another crack at Rams

The future and fortunes of the Kansas City Chiefs changed dramatically by what happened in St. Louis two years ago, in the early stages of a game that they weren't…
Topeka Capital-Journal Oct 24, 2014

Rams-Chiefs capsule

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — ST. LOUIS (2-4) at KANSAS CITY (3-3) Noon Sunday, Fox OPENING LINE — Kansas City by 7 RECORD VS. SPREAD — St. Louis 3-3, Kansas City 5-1 SERIES RECORD — Chiefs lead 6-4 LAST MEETING — Chiefs beat Rams 27-13, Dec. 9, 2010 LAST WEEK — Rams beat Seahawks 28-26; Chiefs beat Chargers 23-20 AP PRO32 RANKING — Rams No. 24, Chiefs No. 13 RAMS OFFENSE — OVERALL (13), RUSH (18), PASS (11). RAMS DEFENSE — OVERALL (23), RUSH (28), PASS (14). CHIEFS OFFENSE — OVERALL (21), RUSH (3), PASS (30). read more
Topeka Capital-Journal Oct 24, 2014

Rams have banged-up secondary for Chiefs

ST. LOUIS — All season, the St. Louis Rams have trusted in a young secondary. They could be really young this week. Cornerbacks Janoris Jenkins and Trumaine Johnson are both questionable for Kansas City, and backup Brandon McGee was ruled out Friday with plantar fasciitis, a foot injury that worsened during the week. read more
Topeka Capital-Journal Oct 24, 2014

Chiefs' kicker Santos becoming clutch

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Just about the worst thing that could happen to Kansas City Chiefs rookie Cairo Santos came to fruition during his NFL debut, when he missed one of his two field-goal attempts while the man he replaced in Kansas City kept banging balls through the uprights. Ryan Succop was perfect on his four attempts that day, helping Tennessee to a 26-10 rout in Week 1. read more
Topeka Capital-Journal Oct 22, 2014

Terry Blount: Former K-Stater Bryce Brown a good pickup in fantasy football

Week 7 saw a slight decrease in the injuries that we saw in Week 6, but a few teams still incurred some major maladies, with one club losing both of its top running backs. OUCH! Also, I am taking up a collection so we can buy Chiefs wide receiver A.J. Jenkins a Garmin. He obviously needed directions to the end zone versus San Diego; or at least a route that would keep him in bounds. Don’t forget, the Giants and 49ers are on a bye this week. Let’s look at Week 8. The Buffalo Bills were the aforementioned club that lost two running backs to injury in Week 7. read more
Topeka Capital-Journal Oct 22, 2014

KC's Jamaal Charles passes battery of concussion tests

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Jamaal Charles has passed a battery of tests and doesn’t show symptoms of a concussion, the Chiefs said Wednesday — one day after the star running back told a radio show he saw “light bulbs” after a hit in Kansas City’s win against San Diego. Charles took a vicious blow from Brandon Flowers when he dove into the end zone in the Chiefs’ 23-20 victory Sunday. Flowers received a concussion from the collision and missed the rest of the game, but Charles popped up and trotted off the field, where he was met by team trainers. He played the rest of the game. read more

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