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By Mike Florio

The anthem controversy has died down in recent days, but it will linger for as long as any players choose to sit or kneel. Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters still chooses to sit. On Friday, he chose to talk about it. However, he ultimately chose to conceal why he does it. “Nobody’s gotta know my reason [more]
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By ctchiefsfan

Just curious what everyone else is thinking. As for me, I’m kinda worried, but I don’t have a “bad feeling” about this game. I think it’s going to be a tough game, but I think we’re good enough to beat them though the injuries worry me. Read more…

By Mike Florio

Chiefs linebacker Derrick Johnson is one of five remaining first-round picks from 2005 who remains in the NFL. Johnson joined the PFTPM podcast on Friday to discuss his career, the current season, the upcoming game against the Texans, and his football future. You can listen to it right here. And you can (should) subscribe to [more]
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By Josh Alper

Week Five kicked off on Thursday with a Patriots win and it continues with 12 more games on Sunday, which means that the 28 teams in those games submitted their final injury reports of the week on Friday. Questionable players are uncertain to play, doubtful players are unlikely to play and out should be self-explanatory. Players [more]
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By Charean Williams

The Chiefs have ruled out linebacker Dee Ford, center Mitch Morse and right guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif for Sunday’s game. Ford hasn’t played since injuring his back in Week 3, while Morse has missed the past two games with a sprained foot. Duvernay-Tardif sprained his knee against Washington. Quarterback Alex Smith (ankle), defensive lineman Bennie Logan [more]
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By Darin Gantt

The league has threatened to ban fans who use racially abusive language, but the Chiefs say they’ve found no evidence of it. After Washington wide receiver Terrelle Pryor claimed Chiefs fans used racial slurs Monday night, the Chiefs responded. “Washington didn’t make our people aware of an incident, the people we have on the sideline [more]
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By Mike Florio

During the first half of Monday night’s eventual win over Washington, Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith seemed a bit hobbled. As it turns out, Smith has an ankle injury. The injury has appeared on the team’s practice report each of the last two days; however, Smith has been listed as a full participant in both practices. [more]
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By Michael David Smith

Washington receiver Terrelle Pryor said he repeatedly heard the N-word from a fan during Monday’s game against the Chiefs, and now the NFL says it is investigating. NFL spokesman Joe Lockhart said the league is examining the matter and that fans could be banned from stadiums for using racial slurs. “We are looking into all [more]
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