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By Darin Gantt

If a deal on the league’s new drug policy crosses that magical threshold from “close” to “done” this week, several players are set to return to teams with their suspensions shortened or commuted. But the Dolphins aren’t making plans on having either outside linebacker Dion Jordan or safety Reshad Jones back on the field this…
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By Frankenchief

They are the Kanye Wests of the NFL world. It seems if a broadcaster does not slobber over Denver Mannings from minute one to the last minute he is unacceptable:

Broncos fans start petition to ban CBS’ Phil Simms from Broncos broadcasts

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By Mike Florio

Good news, Chiefs fans. Per a league source, X-rays were negative on the ankle injured by Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles on Sunday. It doesn’t mean Charles will be back in action next week. An MRI on Monday is likely, which will reveal the extent of any damage to the ligaments holding the ankle together.…
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By Frankenchief

In no particular order.:

1- We took a Ford with a flat tire to a race with a supposed Ferrari. Lost another tire and still almost beat the “Ferrari” on its own track. Proud of this team today.

2- The much maligned Oline played with a lot of heart. They were not perfect, but much better than we’ve seen them this year. Fisher, BTW, OWNED the left side for the most part. That last (reveresed) sack notwithstanding. But even THAT was a coverage sack. I think we have us a LT.

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By Michael David Smith

The Broncos beat the division-rival Chiefs to improve their record to 2-0 today in Denver. But it wasn’t easy. Although Denver took an early lead and appeared ready to cruise against an injury-depleted Kansas City team, it was the Chiefs who stormed back in the second half and drove deep into Denver territory, poised to…
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By Michael David Smith

Two of the Chiefs’ best players are out for the rest of today’s game in Denver. Kansas City has confirmed that both safety Eric Berry and running back Jamaal Charles have left the game with ankle injuries. The Chiefs have had bad luck with injuries already this season, having lost both linebacker Derrick Johnson and…
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