Chiefs get Brandon Flowers back on the field

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As much as they missed outside linebacker Tamba Hali last week, the Chiefs were also hobbled by the absence of cornerback Brandon Flowers.

The good news is, they may get both back this week.

Hali’s back to work after his suspension, and Flowers practiced fully today. According to Randy Covitz of the Kansas City Star, it’s his first full day of work since July 31.

Flowers has been bothered by a bruised foot, and how he responds tomorrow will be an important indicator for Sunday’s game against the Bills.

 

7 responses to “Chiefs get Brandon Flowers back on the field

  1. With Hali, Flowers, Kendrick Lewis back on the field, and Derrick Johnson at 100%, the Chiefs should be a very competitive team.

  2. Adding Hali AND Flowers plus playing a Bills offense that isnt as talented as Atl will really help KC get back on track defensively.

    With that said, don’t take spiller lightly. He’s a big play waiting to happen.

  3. The Bills are going to have to count on Spiller, Choice and the Offensive line in order to beat the Chiefs. Fitzpatrick looked lost last week against the Jets. I’m not expecting Chan Gailey to put too much on his plate, especially since his #2 target David Nelson and Freddy Jackson are out. Both are players Fitzpatrick relies on to get things going. Look for Dorin Dickerson and Brad Smith to be a big part of the Offense this week. Go Bills!!!! #BillsMafia

  4. I’m probably as big chiefs fan as the rest of you but I’m not jumping the gun yet saying we are gonna beat the bills our record there is horrible in buffalo & i think there lies a much deeper problem on defense than the absence of hali & flowers. Even with good starters you need good depth & chiefs lack that on defense this yr

  5. This by all rights should be a very close and interesting game. Two teams that aren’t very good with injuries. Could come down to a field goal in the end.

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