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According to Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star, running back Jamaal Charles, tight end Tony Moeaki and safety Eric Berry will all play in Friday’s preseason opener against the Arizona Cardinals. All three players are coming off season ending ACL injuries from the 2011 season.
With Charles, Moeaki and Berry all coming back from ACL injuries, I’m sure the Chiefs will closely monitor each player during the game, like they’ve done during training camp.
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After finishing next-to-last in scoring last season, the Kansas City Chiefs have several reasons to hope for a big offensive rebound.
Pro Bowl running back Jamaal Charles is back from ACL surgery, as is tight end Tony Moeaki. A new offensive coordinator, Brian Daboll, has installed a new offense, and quarterback Matt Cassel looks to be 100 percent healed from a hand injury that...
According to Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com, Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe plans on showing up in time for week one of the regular season.
“Per a source with knowledge of the situation, Bowe plans to show before the regular season begins,” reported Florio.
It’s not a surprise that Bowe plans on showing up for the regular season, since at the...
Thanks to Black Sports Online we got wind of these photos of a Dodge Charger owned by Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe. Now we know why he’s holding out, he needs to pay for the repairs.
This new series will examine the fantasy football status of key players returning from injuries… See the entire series HERE. The content for this article was supplied by our first in what we hope is a long line of guest writers Glen Levy. Glen resides in Florida and has been playing Read More...
The practice looked like a normal NFL workout. There were just twice as many players on the fields at Missouri Western State University.
The Kansas City Chiefs and Arizona Cardinals split a pair of practice fields Tuesday, placing nearly 200 players out there at one time.
The joint practice came during Arizona's three-day stint in St. Joseph between a preseason-opening loss...