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Jamaal Charles (ankle) limited Wednesday - Jamaal Charles (RB) Kansas City Chiefs

Jamaal Charles (ankle) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
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What did Alex fetch? A look at QB's trade to Chiefs

What did Alex fetch? A look at QB's trade to Chiefs

The 49ers' strategy for sustainability involves loading up on draft picks and always having an influx of young players who can replace expensive, soon-to-be free-agent talent. Last year, Trent Baalke appeared to hit the jackpot when he traded Alex Smith to the Chiefs for not one but two early-round draft picks. Running back Carlos Hyde is one of the four players Trent Baalke parlayed out of the Alex Smith trade to Kansas City.

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Boston Herald Sep 29, 2014
Patriots Notebook: Signs of vulnerability in Chiefs’ O-line

Patriots Notebook: Signs of vulnerability in Chiefs’ O-line

FOXBORO — The Patriots know why the Kansas City Chiefs have surrendered an absurd 11 sacks this season, and they’ll certainly aim to attack that weakness.
Topeka Capital-Journal Sep 28, 2014

Belichick, Reid have history with franchise QBs

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Tom Brady and Bill Belichick arrived in New England together, one an overlooked sixth-round pick out of Michigan and the other a failed head coach during his first stint in Cleveland. Over the more than a decade, they’ve learned together. Grown together. They’ve won together. Now, as Brady approaches yet another milestone — 50,000 yards passing, which he could accomplish on Monday night in Kansas City — his relationship with his coach made Chiefs coach Andy Reid reflect on the years he spent with his own franchise quarterback in Philadelphia. read more
Topeka Capital-Journal Sep 27, 2014

Patriots preparing to slow Chiefs' potent running game

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Vince Wilfork has played only two career games in Kansas City. That’s more than enough for New England’s All-Pro nose tackle to know exactly how loud Arrowhead Stadium will get on Monday night. “They’re probably one of the loudest, between them and Seattle, are the loudest stadiums I’ve ever played in,” Wilfork said Thursday in anticipation of the Patriots (2-1) primetime matchup with the Chiefs (1-2). “It’s going to be rocking. I know it will.” read more
Topeka Capital-Journal Sep 27, 2014

Chiefs' McKnight ruptures Achilles tendon

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Chiefs could fill out quite a roster using players on injured reserve. Joe McKnight is the latest to make the list, rupturing an Achilles tendon in practice on Thursday. He’s already the third Chiefs player to sustain a season-ending injury to an Achilles tendon, joining Pro Bowl linebacker Derrick Johnson and defensive tackle Mike DeVito. read more
Topeka Capital-Journal Sep 26, 2014

Chiefs' Kelce, Pats' Gronk have much in common

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Travis Kelce snagged the pass from Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith. He raced toward the sideline and turned up field, diving from about the 4-yard line and just nicking the pylon. The 20-yard touchdown catch last week against Miami was certainly highlight worthy. As for the little shimmy Kelce did to celebrate? Well, let’s just say the second-year tight end won’t impress Len Goodman or the rest of the judges from “Dancing With the Stars” anytime soon. “He’s got a little flare,” Chiefs coach Andy Reid acknowledged. “He’s got a little zest to him.” read...

Patriots-Chiefs: ESPN Boston's picks

Here's how ESPNBoston.com's experts see Monday night's game between the New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs (8:30 p.m. ET, ESPN) playing out. What is your prediction? Leave your pick in the comments section.

Chiefs fans going after Seahawks fans’ Guinness World Record for loudness – again

Ugh. This again? Kansas City Chiefs fans are trying once again to reclaim their self-applied title as the NFL’s loudest fans. During the Chiefs’ upcoming “Monday Night Football” matchup with the New England Patriots, the Kansas City faithful will attempt to break the 12th Man’s Guinness World Record for loudest crowd roar at an open-air […]
Topeka Capital-Journal Sep 25, 2014

Chiefs' Reid hopeful Charles will play against Pats

KANSAS CITY, Mo.— Chiefs coach Andy Reid could have quite the pleasant problem come Monday night. Pro Bowl running back Jamaal Charles is expected to return to the field after missing last week’s win in Miami with a high ankle sprain. That means Reid will have to figure out how to distribute touches against New England around a very crowded offensive backfield. read more

Wilfork: Chiefs RBs tough to stop

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles is dealing with a high ankle sprain that caused him to miss last week's game against the Miami Dolphins. His status for Monday night's game against the New England Patriots is still up in the air. But Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said that Charles would practice Thursday. "Yeah, I think so. He's going to practice today. We'll see how it goes," Reid said. Whether or not Charles plays, the Patriots are preparing to face off against one of the NFL's elite running backs.

Patriots-Chiefs through stats-based lens

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- A look at the New England Patriots-Kansas City Chiefs matchup through a stats-based lens, per ESPN's Stats & Information department: 1. Frequent foes on Monday night. This will be the fourth meeting between the Patriots and Chiefs on "Monday Night Football." New England has won each of the previous three games, and overall the Patriots are 11-3 on "Monday Night Football" since 2005, the second-best record in the NFL. Best Monday Night Football record (since 2005, minimum 10 games) Bears -- 12-3 Patriots -- 11-3 49ers -- 8-3 2.

It Is What It Is Cast: Patriots at a crossroads as they prep for Chiefs

WEEI.com’s Mike Petraglia and Chris Price look ahead to New England’s first Monday night appearance of the season, an encounter with the 1-2 Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium.

Stat check: Patriots at Chiefs

A look at the 2-1 New England Patriots in our weekly "stat check," while also bringing the team's next opponent -- the 1-2 Kansas City Chiefs-- into the discussion: Points per game This week: Tied-14th (22.0) Last week: Eighth (25.0) Last season: Third (27.75) Chiefs in 2014: Tied-22nd (20.3) Points allowed per game This week: Tied-fourth (16.3) Last week: 14th (20.0) Last season: 10th (21.12) Chiefs in 2014: Tied-13th (21.6) Third-down offense This week: 21st (19 of 49, 38.

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