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Pro Sports Daily:
Kansas City Chiefs reserve tight end Jake O'Connell, who suffered a high ankle sprain in Monday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, went on injured reserve Saturday. The Chiefs replaced him on the active roster by promoting offensive guard Rich Ranglin from the practice squad. O'Connell, 27, played eight of the Chiefs' first nine games this season. He made three receptions for 18 yards, all in Kansas City's loss to Oakland on Oct. 28. He also made two tackles on special teams and deflected a punt. He spent four seasons with Kansas City after he was the team's seventh-round pick in 2009 out of Miami University in Ohio. In 2011, O'Connell recorded career highs with seven receptions for 52 yards. Ranglin, 28, is an Arena League veteran with no NFL experience. He provides insurance at guard with Jon Asamoah sidelined following right thumb surgery.
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A Kansas City Chiefs fan's obituary claimed his death was caused by the team. Read the funny entry here.
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game against the Cincinnati Bengals with a neck injury, reports the Associated Press.
Bowe sustained the injury when he landed hard on the turf
after leaping to make a catch. He was checked by trainers on the sidelines, hit
the locker room for further evaluation and ultimately returned to the bench
without his helmet...
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