The Kansas City Chiefs’ secondary is getting some much-needed relief.
It appears Brandon Flowers will play at Buffalo on Sunday. Flowers practiced fully for the first time since July 31 when he suffered a foot injury. This has to be a sign Flowers could see some action against Buffalo. He was limited all last week, but he did not play in a 40-24 loss to Atlanta.
In other AFC West news:
The San Diego Chargers received a 24-year hour extensions to sell out Qualcomm Stadium and avoid a local television blackout Sunday against Tennessee. The game must be proclaimed a sell-out by 3:25 p.m. ET Friday to avoid the blackout. The team has to sell about 2,1-00 tickets to sell-out the game.
Raiders linebacker Rolando McClain (ankle) and running back Taiwan Jones (ribs) were both limited in practice Thursday after they were both held out Wednesday. That is a sign they're both on pace to play Sunday at Miami.
Oakland long snapper Jon Condo is still out of practice. He has to be cleared after suffering a concussion Monday night. If Condo can’t play Sunday, the Raiders plan to promote the newly signed Nick Guess from the practice squad.
Denver nickel cornerback Chris Harris did not practice Thursday with an ankle injury he suffered against Pittsburgh. The Broncos would miss Harris if he can’t play against the pass-happy Falcons on Monday night. He’d be replaced by Tony Carter.