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By Mike Florio

Take a seat, #Tommy. There’s a new fan-favorite franchise quarterback in town. So far. Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz has emerged as the leading (so far) vote-getter for the Pro Bowl. Wentz has 273,367. Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is second, with 239,989. Rounding out the top 10 are Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell (227,771), Rams running [more]
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By Mike Florio

Darrelle Revis will be playing again, and he’ll essentially be playing for free. With $6 million in guaranteed salary paid to him this year by the Jets, and with the Jets eligible for a dollar-for-dollar offset, Revis will have no net earnings over the next six weeks — unless the Chiefs are paying him more [more]
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By Michael David Smith

Darrelle Revis is back. Revis, the veteran who was once the best cornerback in football, has signed with the Chiefs. “We’re excited to add Darrelle to the roster,” Chiefs coach Andy Reid said. “He has experience and familiarity with Bob Sutton’s defense, he’s a team guy and we feel like a player of his caliber [more]
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By Josh Alper

Tyrod Taylor will be back at quarterback for the Bills this Sunday, but it remains to be seen whether he’ll have a full complement of receiving options. While Bills wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin avoided ligament damage when he hurt his knee against the Chargers last Sunday, it’s not clear what that means for his chances [more]
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By Seek

Man I have been so upset with the Chiefs I have been refusing to wear anything Chiefs which is hard. Specially with my phone having a Chiefs cover on it.

Well, as I am listening to a play list on spotify. Gary Glitters Rock N Roll Part 2 played, which is what the Chiefs used to play after a TD. I heard it a lot in the Vermeil years. It got me pumped up and ready for Sunday. Then Start me Up by Rolling Stones.

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By Darin Gantt

Bills coach Sean McDermott gave it a shot. At least he didn’t double down on his mistake. McDermott just told reporters he was going back to Tyrod Taylor as his starting quarterback this week against the Chiefs, as opposed to continuing the ill-fated Nathan Peterman experiment. Peterman was, simply put, awful last week, throwing five [more]
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By Josh Alper

The Chiefs surprised many people when they fired General Manager John Dorsey in June and replaced him with his deputy Brett Veach, including Dorsey himself. Dorsey said he was “just a caretaker,” but told Adam Schefter of ESPN that the firing after four years on the job still surprised him “a little bit” while appearing [more]
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