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Tamba Hali, Justin Houston fined for Monday Night infractions Updated Nov 16, 2012
Chiefs linebackers Tamba Hali and Justin Houston each played a role in the most significant play of Monday night’s 16-13 loss to the Steelers, although the NFL was a little more concerned with their actions on other plays in the game. Hali and Houston,
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  • Injuries could create ripple effect along offensive line Nov 16, 2012
    Injuries could cause the Chiefs to start a patchwork offensive line on Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals.
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  • Do Chiefs need to force a QB draft pick? Nov 16, 2012
    Much has gone wrong for the Kansas City Chiefs this season. Things could get more complicated after the worst season in recent memory for the franchise. Things are so bad for the Chiefs, even the lone benefit of having a disastrous season may not automa…
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  • Ryan Clark cleared to practice, expects to play Nov 16, 2012
    Steelers safety Ryan Clark suffered his second concussion in three weeks against the Chiefs on Monday night, but it looks like he’ll be in the lineup against the Ravens on Sunday night. Clark went through a full practice on Thursday, putting him on trac
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  • Bowe Says He Wants to End Career Playing with the Chiefs Nov 16, 2012
    Wide receiver Dwayne Bowe said Thursday in a rare interview he would like to finish his career with the Chiefs. “Why wouldn’t I want to stay here? It’s a no-brainer for me,” said Bowe, who became emphatic once the topic was introduced. “I never
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  • Video - 'Playbook': Cincinnati Bengals vs. Kansas City Chiefs 03:12

    'Playbook': Cincinnati Bengals vs. Kansas City Chiefs

    Nov 16
    Why are teams throwing all over the Cincinnati Bengals? The "Playbook" guys talk about the Bengals secondary and the Chiefs inability to close late in games.
  • Video - OTL: Mike Webster's Brain Injury History 05:59

    OTL: Mike Webster's Brain Injury History

    Nov 16
    The NFL retirement board determined in 1999 that repeated blows to the head had left Mike Webster, who spent most of his 17-year career with the Pittsburgh Steelers, "totally and permanently" disabled.