KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Branden Albert is hurt, so is Jon Asamoah, and the No. 1 overall pick in last April's draft has gone through a painful series of growing pains this season.
It's been a tough time to be a member of the Kansas City Chiefs offensive line.
Yet despite all the shuffling caused by a spate of injuries, the front five has played perhaps its best football of...
The Kansas City Chiefs are without starting right guard Jon Asamoah and right tackle Eric Fisher because of injuries against the San Diego Chargers.
Geoff Schwartz was starting Sunday in place of Asamoah, who hurt his calf and shoulder in last week's loss to Denver. Donald Stephenson is starting for Fisher, who also has an injured shoulder.
The Chiefs also are missing starting...
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17 days ago
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The Kansas City Chiefs will be without starting right guard Jon Asamoah in the season opener at Jacksonville.
Asamoah is one of the team's seven inactives announced before Sunday's game. Geoff Schwartz will start in place of Asamoah, who was listed as questionable Friday.
Quarterback Tyler Bray, receiver Chad Hall, safety Bradley McDougald, linebacker Nico Johnson, linebacker...
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September 08, 2013
Chiefs offensive lineman Jon Asamoah will miss Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals after surgery on one of his thumbs.
Wide receiver Jon Baldwin has not been cleared following a head injury sustained in last week's game against Pittsburgh and is unlikely to be available. Tight end Jake O'Connell is also expected to miss the game with an ankle injury.
It's still McClain's TD Replays showed that Le'Ron McClain fumbled before reaching the end zone in Sunday's game at Oakland. Guard Jon Asamoah alertly fell on the ball in the end zone, so the Chiefs would have received the touchdown anyway.