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Outside linebacker Tamba Hali joined the Chiefs list of walking wounded when he was to be held out of practice on Wednesday because of a knee injury.
Hali, who is second on the team with six sacks, has missed just one game in his seven-year career because of injury, in 2008. Hali also missed the season opener against Atlanta because of a one-game suspension for violating the leagues substance abuse policy, and Andy Studebaker started in his place.
Chiefs head coach Romeo Crennel said the following players were to be limited in Wednesdays practice: wide receiver Dexter McCluster (head); offensive tackle Branden Albert (back); safety Kendrick Lewis (shoulder) and center Ryan Lilja (knee).
McCluster was cleared to participate in a walk-through and individual drills but has to wait until Thursday to practice. Source: Kansas City Star Attached Thumbnails
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Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles stuck around following Kansas City's loss to Denver on Sunday to meet Peyton Manning and get the quarterback's autograph.
Jamaal Charles had just rushed for over 100 yards for the second time in three games. Dwayne Bowe, to little fault of his own, had hauled in just four passes for 41 yards.
Unfortunately for Chiefs fans, both were on the losing end of a game for the 8th consecutive time, this time at the hands of the second-winningest quarterback in NFL history.
Peyton Manning. The commercial icon...
The Kansas City Chiefs have shown nothing but pure ineptness this year, working their way to a 1-10 season and they were the first team mathematically eliminated from the playoffs.A Kansas City news station obtained this video, and I’d be willing to be that Dwayne Bowe and Jamaal Charles will take a little bit of heat for what they did. It’s not often that you see players seek...
NFL division rivalries are the fabric of the league.
The fans of the teams associated with the rivalries share a deeply rooted disgust with the opponents with their team of choice and that emotion is one of the league’s greatest selling points.
It’s understandable that Kansas City Chiefs fans are really upset with Jamaal Charles and Dwayne Bowe at the moment.
Former Kansas City Chiefs players and Army leaders say a change in culture about the risks of concussions is possible but must start at the top levels in sports and the military.
The comments came during a forum Wednesday at Fort Leavenworth on traumatic brain injuries.
Pro Football Hall of Fame linebacker Willie Lanier said he learned the lessons early on.
Lanier, who played...
Jamaal Charles of the Kansas City Chiefs wasn't just a fan of Peyton Manning on Sunday when his team lost to the Broncos. Charles was also his #1 fan. Jamaal waited for Peyton after the game to get his autograph which he claimed "was for his mom."
Fellow Chiefs player Duane Bowe also waited around for Peyton after the game, but he just wanted a picture taken...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Here's a situation that would send shudders through any head coach: Starting a rookie left tackle next to a rookie guard next to a center playing out of position, all against the NFL's best pass rush.
That's exactly what the Chiefs did last Sunday against Denver.
With left tackle Branden Albert out with an injury, and veteran guard Ryan Lilja now...
Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles and wide receiver Dwayne Bowe are big fans of Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning. Charles was so impressed that he approached Manning for an autograph after the game, according to a KCTV report. The station broadcasted a video of Charles waiting for Manning as he left the stadium, following Kansas City's eighth straight...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) The Chiefs have claimed offensive lineman Hayworth Hicks off waivers.
The 6-foot-3, 336-pound Hicks entered the league as an undrafted free agent with the Colts in April. He spent time on their practice squad before being acquired by the New York Jets on Nov. 6.
He spent three games on their roster but was inactive each week.
The former Iowa State standout...
Peyton Manning is more than just any NFL quarterback. He’s arguably the best quarterback of the past decade, although fans in New England, New Orleans and Green Bay may argue that. So, who wouldn’t want a picture with a future Hall of Famer?
Manning was in Kansas City on Sunday, leading the Broncos to a 17-9 win over the division rival Chiefs but what took place after the game...
Last week: 31 (-1)
Net points per drive: -1.01 (32nd)
DVOA: -38.3% (32nd)
Weighted DVOA: -36.8% (31st)
Tier 7: Terrible
CB Javier Arenas: Allowed 4 catches for 16 yards on 8 attempts, 1 pass deflection, 5 solo tackles, 2 stops
CB Brandon Flowers: Allowed 1 catch for 17 yards on 3 attempts, 1 interception, 3 solo tackles, 2 stops
C Ryan Lilja: Allowed 1 quarterback...
After the Denver Broncos finished defeating the Kansas City Chiefs in a surprisingly tight game on Sunday, Jamaal Charles was quite excited with what took place. Sure, his Chiefs lost again to fall to 1-10, but that hardly came as a shock to anyone who has been paying attention for the past few months.
What got Charles all giddy was what he received from opposing quarterback, Peyton...
A couple of Kansas City Chiefs players have come under some criticism for their postgame admiration of Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning.
In its postgame report, KCTV-5 in Kansas City showed running back Jamaal Charles asking Manning for an autograph as the Broncos quarterback made his way out of the stadium to the team bus. Charles told the TV station the autograph was for his...
The Washington Redskins have claimed inside linebacker Bryan Kehl off waivers, a day after he was released by the Kansas City Chiefs.
Kehl, who played three games for Kansas City, spent the preseason with Washington and was very active, recording 16 tackles, two sacks, three pass breakups and an interception. He didnt survive final roster cuts, however.
London Fletcher is...