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According to Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star, Chiefs safety Eric Berry said that he expects to be 100 percent healthy for training camp.
Berry suffered a torn ACL early last season and it would make sense for him to be ready to go by the time August rolls around.
The Chiefs will likely bring Berry along slowly during camp, in order to avoid any potential set backs.
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Amidst the New Orleans Saints bounty scandal, Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry admitted last month that he wondered whether or not the block that knocked him out for the season was bounty related.
Sometimes I sit n wonder if they had a bounty out on me…oh well…who cares. Either way u can’t hold me down.
— Eric Berry (@Stuntman1429) March 5, 2012
At the time Berry...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Chiefs safety Eric Berry is telling people to "make your own opinion" about whether the Buffalo Bills intentionally hurt him in last season's opener.
Last month, as the NFL was accusing the New Orleans Saints of using a bounty system to reward players for knocking opponents out of games, Berry tweeted that he wondered whether the Bills had offered...
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Chiefs strong safety Eric Berry hinted the Buffalo Bills were out to hurt him in last season's opener, when a deliberately low block resulted in a season-ending knee injury according to the Associated Press. Although the open-field block was legal, Berry tweeted last month: "Sometimes I sit n wonder if they had a bounty out on me ... oh well ... who cares. Either way u can...
"I need to do my job better. We need to have a better roster and I feel that we have a good, solid core of players and clearly it's not good enough and I need to do my job better."
Those words came from Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli on the December day that he and team chairman Clark Hunt fired Todd Haley as head coach. It was an acknowledgement that Haley could...
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According to ESPN’s John Clayton via Rotoworld.com, the Jacksonville Jaguars are “desperate” to trade the 7th overall pick and move down in the first round. They’re hoping the Kansas City Chiefs are willing to move up to draft Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
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The Kansas City Chiefs signed free agent defensive back Mikail Baker, the team announced.
The 6-foot, 205-pounder entered the NFL as a seventh-round draft choice of the St. Louis Rams last year.
Baker was placed on injured reserve prior to the start of his rookie year before being released by the Rams on Oct. 13, 2011.
Though quarterback Matt Cassel has a $63 million contract and been to the Pro Bowl within the last two seasons, the Kansas City Chiefs brass have stressed that there will be competition for the team's starting job. Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star reports that Cassel is fine with that. "As a quarterback in the NFL, you have to have that mentality every day with not only...
The Kansas City Chiefs announced the signing of free agent cornerback Mikail Baker. A 2011 seventh round pick out of Baylor by the St. Louis Rams, the 6-foot, 205-pound Baker did not appear in a preseason game before he was placed on injured reserve with a hamstring injury. Waived by the Rams in mid-October, Baker had workouts with the Oakland Raiders (11/15) and New England Patriots...