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By Josh Alper

Over the course of the week, there are a lot of posts about the most prominent injured players but we know that you might not see all of them and that some others may fall through the cracks. As a result, we’ll comb through all the injury reports every Friday afternoon so that there’s one…
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By Mike Wilkening

Chiefs tailback Jamaal Charles (ankle) is questionable for the club’s Sunday’s matchup at the Dolphins, according to the injury report. The Chiefs’ lead back, Charles was limited for a second straight day with his injury, a high-ankle ailment. A “questionable” designation means a player is 50-50 to play. Knile Davis, Cyrus Gray and Joe McKnight…
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By Mike Wilkening

Chiefs tailback Jamaal Charles (ankle) is questionable for the club’s Sunday’s matchup at the Dolphins, according to the injury report. The Chiefs’ lead back, Charles was limited for a second straight day with his injury, a high-ankle ailment. A “questionable” designation means a player is 50-50 to play. Knile Davis, Cyrus Gray and Joe McKnight…
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By Mike Wilkening

For the second straight day, Chiefs tailback Jamaal Charles took part in practice as the club started to wind down its preparation for Sunday’s game at Miami. Charles suffered a high-ankle injury in the Chiefs’ Week Two loss at Denver, raising fears he could miss some time, as such ailments are often multi-week injuries. But…
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By Josh Alper

Earlier this week, Chiefs coach Andy Reid said that running back Jamaal Charles’s high ankle sprain wasn’t a particularly severe one and Thursday’s developments lent some support to that claim. Charles returned to practice and Herbie Teope of the Associated Press reports that he went through drills with the rest of the backs during the portion…
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By slc chief

I do give the chiefs credit for hanging around in the donkeys game. But its just not good enough. And I can’t help but think we way over paid an average qb. Go back to the Colts playoff game he couldnt get it done on the last drive. And then again this week. Now I know I am stating the obvious when I say smith is average. But it is very clear the differance between a great qb and an average one. A great one would have pulled those last minute drives through. at least 1 of the 2 drives. Read more…

By Chiefs4life24

Sorry guys I know its way too early for this.

I have compiled a list of players I want the Chiefs to target. In no particular order
Please any feedback and what you think is appreciated.

Wide Receiver: I personally think we need to draft 2 receivers

Amari Cooper-Alabama
Ty Montgomery-Stanford
Sammie Coates-Auburn
Stefon Diggs-Maryland

Offensive Tackle: We finally need to get a starting Right Tackle

Brandon Scheriff-Iowa
Cameron Erving-Florida State
Corey Robinson-South Carolina

Offensive Guard: Cant never have to many

Tre’ Jackson-Florida State
John Miller-Louisville

Center

Hroniss Grasu-Oregon

Safeties: This needs to be addressed at some point

Adrian Amos-Free Safety-Penn State
Tyler Hunter-Strong Safety-Florida State

Cornerbacks: I think always deserve a look

Steven Nelson-Oregon State

Inside Linebacker: Cause DJ And Read more…

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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