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By Mike Florio

The Chiefs head to L.A. for the first of three AFC West road trips on Sunday, and they should be very encouraged by one historical fact: Since 2013, quarterback Alex Smith has generated 16 touchdown passes and only one interception in divisional away games. So how does that happen? Coach Andy Reid was asked that [more]
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By Josh Alper

Chargers running back Melvin Gordon is off to a slow start running the ball this season and an injury could complicate efforts to get things moving in the right direction this week. Gordon was not on the injury report at all on Wednesday, but popped up as a limited participant on Thursday. A knee ailment [more]
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By Josh Alper

Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce showed off his ability to make big plays on the football field multiple times against the Eagles last Sunday, including a long leap into the end zone to punctuate a 15-yard touchdown off a shovel pass. Kelce celebrated that score by flapping his arms in what seemed to be a [more]
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By Mike Florio

Chiefs defensive lineman Chris Jones has become one of the most disruptive forces in the NFL. Though he had only two sacks in 2016, he racked up three of them on Sunday against the Eagles. Those three sacks came against Carson Wentz. Last year, the players Jones sacked were Andrew Luck and Cam Newton. So [more]
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By Curtis Crabtree

The Los Angeles Chargers may be 0-2 but quarterback Philip Rivers isn’t panicking about the early hole the team finds themselves in this season. Coming off close losses to the Denver Broncos and Miami Dolphins, Rivers is completely confident in his team’s ability to be a factor this season. “We have 14 games left, and [more]
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By Mike Florio

As the league looks for ways to make the presentation of its games more compelling on TV, the league needs to further embrace ways to present more compelling games. Currently, flexible schedule isn’t available until Week Five, and even then it can be used only twice before Week 10. Ideally, the league would have the [more]
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By Darin Gantt

Chris Jones nearly single-handedly beat the Eagles last week, so it made sense to hand him some hardware. The Chiefs defensive end was named AFC defensive player of the week, after dominating the Eagles. He had three sacks, forced two fumbles, batted down a pass and intercepted another. It was the first time since 2007 [more]
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By Mike Florio

Wednesday’s PFT Live features not one or two but three guests who also are current players. Relevant and impactful players, too. In addition to a two-part visit with Browns tackle Joe Thomas, Chiefs defensive lineman Chris Jones and Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. join the show. Each had interesting and compelling things to say, which [more]
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