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Chris Jones, Travis Kelce star as Chiefs roll on

Chiefs defensive lineman Chris Jones had only two career sacks in his first 17 games. He had three Sunday in the Chiefs’ 27-20 victory over the Eagles. Jones, a second-round pick in 2016, also made four tackles, two quarterback hits, an interception, a pass breakup and two forced fumbles. He will prove hard to beat [more]

Mitch Morse leaves in fourth quarter, Zach Fulton replaces him

Chiefs center Mitch Morse was injured in the fourth quarter. It appeared he was holding his left foot as he sat on the ground with 6:51 left in the game. Zach Fulton replaced Morse, and the Chiefs scored on a 15-yard touchdown catch by Travis Kelce on the next play to take a 20-13 lead. [more]

Travis Kelce gets taunting penalty

Another week, another taunting penalty for Travis Kelce. The Chiefs tight end drew a flag for taunting after Kareem Hunt‘s 53-yard touchdown run gave Kansas City a 13-10 lead in the third quarter. Kelce got an earful from Chiefs coach Andy Reid as he arrived at the sideline. Cairo Santos was forced to kickoff from [more]

Alshon Jeffrey scores first touchdown as an Eagle, after review

It took a replay challenge from Doug Pederson, but Alshon Jeffery scored his first touchdown as an Eagle and the first score in the game. The 16-yard touchdown gave the Eagles a 10-6 lead in the third quarter before Kareem Hunt went 53 yards for a score on the Chiefs’ next series to grab back [more]

New Eagles kicker misses short field goal before half as Chiefs lead 6-3

Kicker Jake Elliott‘s stay in Philadelphia may turn out to be shorter than he wanted. Elliott, signed this week after the Eagles lost Caleb Sturgis to a hip injury, missed a chip-shot field goal before the half. Elliott’s first career field goal was good from 34 yards in the first quarter, but on the final [more]

Jaylen Watkins, Rodney McLeod leave Eagles game with hamstring injuries

The Eagles lost two defenders in the first half, and Fletcher Cox left briefly to get his ankle taped. Safety Rodney McLeod limped off with what was diagnosed as a hamstring injury. The Eagles announced him questionable to return. Corey Graham replaced him. In the second quarter, cornerback Jaylen Watkins also injured his hamstring. The [more]

Week Two early inactives

Every week we bring you all the inactives from the early games in one post, constantly updated with the latest information. Check back to see the full list as it becomes available 90 minutes ahead of the 1 p.m. ET kickoffs. Browns at Ravens Browns: DE Myles Garrett, DT T.Y. McGill, QB Cody Kessler, WR Reggie [more]

Chiefs cut C.J. Spiller again, promote Akeem Hunt

C.J. Spiller may be starting to feel like the Chiefs are toying with him. The Chiefs announced today that they’ve released Spiller in advance of tomorrow’s game against the Eagles. He has now been signed and released by the Chiefs three times in rapid succession. To take Spiller’s place on the 53-man roster, running back [more]

Week Two injury report roundup

Week Two kicked off on Thursday with a Texans win and it continues with 14 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]

No fine for Tyreek Hill peace sign

Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill‘s peace sign did not draw an angry response from the league. Hill flashed a peace sign at Patriots safety Devin McCourty as he made his way into the end zone at the end of a 75-yard touchdown catch in Kansas City’s 42-27 win over the Patriots on the first Thursday [more]

NFL fines Travis Kelce $12,154 for shoving ball in Kyle Van Noy’s groin

The NFL fined Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce $12,154 for shoving the ball in Patriots linebacker Kyle Van Noy‘s groin, according to Tom Pelissero‏ of NFL Media. Kelce ran a shovel pass 8 yards in the third quarter of the Chiefs’ victory last week. Lawrence Guy made the tackle, but Van Noy ended up on [more]

Rob Gronkowski wants holding penalties called, doesn’t blame defenders

Rob Gronkowski can’t blame the defenders. He would hold, too, if he could get away with it. The Patriots tight end believes he was held on multiple plays by the Chiefs, who held him to two catches on six targets for 33 yards. “If I was one of those [defensive backs] and you’ve seen film [more]

Kareem Hunt was “kind of surprised” that Chiefs stuck with him

Chiefs rookie running back Kareem Hunt had a memorable debut last Thursday night. It almost was forgettable, however, starting with a lost fumble on his first NFL carry. But the Chiefs didn’t bail on Hunt after the fumble. The team’s faith in the rookie left the rookie a little stunned. “Honestly, I was kind of [more]

Alex Smith expects to play elsewhere next season

Alex Smith leads the league with a 148.6 passer rating. He won AFC offensive player of the week honors for Week 1. Yet, Smith expects to play elsewhere next season. That’s what the Chiefs quarterback said during a recent interview on In Depth with Graham Bensinger. “For sure,” Smith said when asked if he felt [more]

Tyreek Hill currently has no agent

When Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill signed his rookie contract in 2016, Hill was represented by Bus Cook, Donald Weatherell, and Madison Howard. Currently, Hill is represented by no one. Based on NFLPA records, the accuracy of which PFT has confirmed via a union source, Hill has no agent at the present. It’s unclear why the [more]

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