This is the September 6, 2013 news archive. View today's Chiefs rumors and news.
Chiefs The Chiefs will be without ILB Nico Johnson for the season opener. Johnson didn’t participate in practice all week with an ankle injury. That cripples depth at the inside linebacker position on a 3-4 defense. Derrick Johnson and Akeem Jordan will…Share Tweet
When Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles saw teammate Derrick Johnson and Ray Lewis play together at the Pro Bowl a couple of years ago, he was struck by what could be the beginning of a new era. Lewis, the AFC's eminent linebacker for more than a decade…Share TweetESPN.com Sep 6, 2013KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Kansas City Chiefs starting right guard Jon Asamoah (calf) practiced for the first time in almost two weeks on Friday, keeping alive the possibility he could play Sunday against the Jaguars in Jacksonville. Asamoah was listed on the …Share Tweet
Chiefs-to-MidAmerica Nazarene coaching pipeline flowsEvery head football coach lauds his staff. But on the small college level, if NFL playing experience is a consideration, there is no quibbling with MidAmerica Nazarene coach Jonathan Quinn's assertion that he has the best staff in the country. At a rece…Share Tweet
Week 1 starters and benchwarmersWondering whether or not to start Matt Ryan and C.J. Spiller, or to bench Terrelle Pryor and Santonio Holmes? The network bozos specialize in that kind of advice.Share Tweet
Opener fires up Fisher-Joeckel debateESPN.com Sep 6, 2013KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The issue of whether the Chiefs made the right decision in choosing one offensive tackle, Eric Fisher, over another, Luke Joeckel, won’t be settled Sunday when Fisher’s team, the Chiefs, plays against Joeckel’s, the Jaguars. But the …Share Tweet
No. 10, 10 Years InSep 6Eli Manning has had the Cowboys’ number. - (Rich Schultz/Getty Images) EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — The Giants open at Dallas Sunday. It’ll be the start of Eli Manning’s 10th season in the NFL, which of course seems impossible. Wasn’t it four or five years a…
Manning in FullSep 6Not since Joe Kapp in 1969, before the AFL-NFL merger, had a quarterback thrown for seven touchdowns. (Joe Mahoney/AP) - DENVER — Long after the East Coast went to bed Thursday night, Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning flipped a short throw to his left …
Don Banks: Peyton Manning helps Broncos bury pain of playoff loss to Balti…Sep 6DENVER -- When they trudged off the field in the ugly aftermath of their 38-35 double overtime divisional-playoff loss to Baltimore last January, making it a stunning one-and-done postseason in Denver, the Broncos had to be thinking about this game, the…
Bill Simmons ranks the teams in the NFCSep 6The Sports Guy finishes up his look at the 2013 NFL season by ranking the teams in the National Football Conference.