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Andy Reid should know Chiefs' next three opponents well

Andy Reid should know Chiefs' next three opponents well

kansascity.com Updated Sep 10, 2013
The Chiefs' next three opponents, starting with Sunday's home opener against the Dallas Cowboys, are against teams from the NFC East, the division Andy Reid won seven times in his 14 years as head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles.
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  • Houston should also finish near sack lead

    Houston should also finish near sack lead

    ESPN.com Sep 10, 2013
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Kansas City Chiefs outside linebacker Justin Houston is tied for the NFL lead in sacks with Robert Quinn of St. Louis. Both players had three sacks in their respective season openers. Houston has a great chance of finishing the seaso…
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  • Snap count observations: Kelce sits, Poe shines in heat

    Snap count observations: Kelce sits, Poe shines in heat

    kansascity.com Sep 10, 2013
    Here's a look at the snap-count data from the Chiefs' 28-2 win over Jacksonville on Sunday, according to NFL.com. While we'll also use this as the groundwork for some film room posts for Wednesday, I figured I'd post a few quick observations.
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  • Chiefs release center Tommie Draheim from practice squad

    Chiefs release center Tommie Draheim from practice squad

    kansascity.com Sep 10, 2013
    The Chiefs released center Tommie Draheim from the practice squad Tuesday.
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  • Concerns quickly mounting for Steelers, Ben Roethlisberger

    Concerns quickly mounting for Steelers, Ben Roethlisberger

    CNNSI.com Sep 10, 2013
    No team underachieved more in Week 1 than the Steelers. And the big picture looks increasingly bleak.
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  • Cowboys sure Dez OK; Claiborne a concern

    Cowboys sure Dez OK; Claiborne a concern

    ESPN.com Sep 10, 2013
    The Cowboys are confident that receiver Dez Bryant will be able to play Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs after an MRI showed he has a mild sprain of his left foot. The team, however, is more concerned over Morris Claiborne's dislocated shoulder.
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  • MRI shows “mild” foot sprain for Dez Bryant

    MRI shows “mild” foot sprain for Dez Bryant

    profootballtalk.com Sep 10, 2013
    Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant was diagnosed with a foot sprain after Sunday’s victory over the Giants, but said Monday that he felt certain he would be on the field for the team’s Week Two date with the Chiefs. That confidence wasn’t enough to keep h…
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  • Chiefs face dilemma if Charles can't play

    Chiefs face dilemma if Charles can't play

    ESPN.com Sep 10, 2013
    Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles has a bruised quadriceps muscle after seeing his leg stepped on during Sunday’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Chiefs appear confident he will be ready for their next game, this Sunday against t…
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Sports Columnists

  • NFL mailbag: Quarterbacks thriving in fourth quarter

    Sep 10
    Mailbag: We're seeing a rise in fourth-quarter heroics by quarterbacks, adding excitement to the game, writes John Clayton.
  • Don Banks: Concerns quickly mounting for Steelers, Ben Roethlisberger

    Sep 10
    With the NFL world fixated Monday night on the fascinating debut of Chip Kelly's fast-break football and the new-look Philadelphia Eagles, it was easy to overlook the juxtaposition of the sad saga that's unfolding for the proud, fabled franchise on the …
  • The Chip Kelly Era Takes Off

    Sep 10
    LeSean McCoy’s 100-plus yards at halftime and a run/pass ratio above 60/40 showed that while Kelly’s offense will play fast, it will do so primarily on the ground. (Drew Hallowell/Getty Images) - Note from the editor-in-chief: Each Tuesday during the se…
  • NFL Hot Read -- How do young QBs become great?

    Sep 10
    Experts rank the projected futures of Colin Kaepernick, Russell Wilson, Robert Griffin III, Cam Newton and Andrew Luck.