Here is your Chiefs news for the week of 9/4/17.
The Kansas City Chiefs played their final preseason game against the Titans this past Thursday. One good bit of news for the Chiefs, is that there were no significant injuries that occurred during the game. Even though the starters didn’t log any time, it’s still good to see no serious injuries take place. Head Coach Andy Reid did mention that there were a few minor injuries, but nothing of note heading into the regular season.
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The Kansas City Chiefs concluded their preseason by beating the Titans 30-6 on Thursday night. As far as headlines following the game, it was all about Patrick Mahomes for the Chiefs. It looked as if Mahomes made the most of his time in the preseason finale. Mahomes and receiver Demarcus Robinson had several great connections also, including a 28-yard touchdown pass and catch. The only scoring for Tennessee came from two field goals by Ryan Succop. The Chiefs will look to carry this momentum into the regular season opener against the Patriots.
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The Kansas City Chiefs had to get their roster down to 53 players this past weekend. This means that there were going to have to be some tough cuts. There were players that got cut and several that also got traded. The Chiefs placed Spencer Ware on the injured reserve, which came of no surprise. Kicker Sam Ficken was also released, showing that Cairo Santos is ready to start the season.
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CJ Spiller rejoined the Kansas City Chiefs after being cut by the team on Saturday. Cutting Spiller in the first place was to make room on the 53-man roster for Steven Nelson. The Chiefs wanted to place Nelson on the IR but needed him to make the final roster to do so. With Spiller back on the roster, the Chiefs have three running backs going into the season. Spiller could be a big help in the backfield this season with rookie Kareem Hunt taking the lead.
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The Kansas City Chiefs will be without LB Tamba Hali for at least the first six games this season. After remaining on the PUP list, Hali will be eligible to return following week six. Hali has been on the list all training camp and preseason. For Hali, this time off could be what he needs to get healthy and be good to go down the stretch for the Chiefs. With Hali sidelined, the Chiefs will look to other players to step up and contribute.
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