KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) The Kansas City Chiefs have activated linebacker Joe Mays from short-term injured reserve and waived linebacker Jerry Franklin ahead of Sunday's game in Buffalo.
Mays has been on IR since training camp, when he needed surgery on his injured wrist. He returned to practice Oct. 29, at which point the Chiefs had three weeks to activate him.
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November 08, 2014
The Kansas City Chiefs announced that ILB Joe Mays has been activated from the injured reserve/designated to return list.
LB Jerry Franklin has been waived to make room on the roster.
Kansas City placed Mays on the designated to return list back in early September after having surgery to repair a torn tendon in his wrist.
Mays, 29, signed a two-year, $6 million contract that contains...
The Kansas City Chiefs have placed linebacker Joe Mays on injured reserve-designated to return, keeping the six-year veteran out of games for at least half the season.Mays hurt his wrist in a preseason game against the Panthers. On Thursday, August 21, the team announced the injury would require surgery. The team placed Mays on IR-DR as soon as the league allowed.The 29-year-old...
Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Joe Mays was told he will need surgery on his wrist that he injured in last week's game against the Panthers, reports Adam Caplan with ESPN. The Chiefs have had bad luck so far this preseason, with Sanders Cummings going down on IR, Eric Berry with tendinitis in his heel, and now Mays will probably undergo surgery on his wrist at some point...
It seemed possible the Kansas City Chiefs could look to the waiver wire to find depth at inside linebacker going into the day. After hearing the news that Chiefs starting inside linebacker Joe Mays is expected to have wrist surgery, that becomes even more likely.
#Chiefs ILB Joe Mays is going to have wrist surgery, source said. He suffered the injury during last week's game at the...
With Akeem Jordan’s recent departure to the Washington Redskins, the Kansas City Chiefs have a hole to fill alongside Pro Bowl inside linebacker, Derrick Johnson. So which contender is the favorite to take the position for the 2014 season?
In the red corner, we have the returning Chief, Nico Johnson.
Johnson was a fourth-round pick from Alabama in the 2013 draft. He got plenty...
The Chiefs have been quiet since signing offensive lineman Jeff Linkenbach and inside linebacker Joe Mays. It appeared they had a deal in place with free agent wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders before Sanders up and left to join the Broncos “dream team” in Denver. Since then, it’s gone silent at One Arrowhead Drive.
Here’s the latest:
– 10:30 am update –
The Kansas City Chiefs have signed veteran linebacker Joe Mays.
Veteran ILB Joe Mays agreed to a 2 yr, $6 m deal with the #Chiefs, source confirmed.
— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) March 12, 2014
Mays is a former sixth round pick by the Philadelphia Eagles in 2008, meaning there is an obvious connection to Chiefs head coach Andy Reid.
Following his rookie season in Philadelphia, Mays...
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ESPN’s Adam Caplan reports that the Kansas City Chiefs have signed ILB Joe Mays to a two-year contract.
Caplan adds that Mays will receive a two-year contract worth $6 million from the Chiefs.
Caplan previously reported that the Chiefs were interested in Mays, so it’s not all that surprising that they were able to get something worked in the early portion of free agency...