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Chiefs activate Duvernay-Tardiff to bolster OL
Chiefs show desperation in turning to rookie cornerbacks at Seattle
The Chiefs are looking for a solution to their problems in the secondary and gave rookie cornerbacks Charvarius Ward and Tremon Smith a look Sunday.
Seahawks cut Ron Parker five times before he found a home with Chiefs
Resilient Chiefs safety Ron Parker has been cut 10 times in his NFL career --half of which came at the hands of Sunday's opponent, the Seahawks.
Eric Berry is back practicing, but when will we see him in a game?
Chiefs safety Eric Berry returned to practice this week for the first time since training camp. He hasn't seen game action since the 2017 opener.
Chiefs' pass rush rates with anyone, even the Rams
The Chiefs sit near the top of the stack for total sacks, ahead of even the celebrated Rams' unit they'll meet next Monday night in Mexico City.
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Eric Reid's activism might overshadow excellent play for Panthers
Carolina safety Eric Reid doesn't just use social media to promote a cause; he also uses it to be a teammate and leader.
Agent: Elliott irked by Jones' 'Zeke who?' quip
Ezekiel Elliott was not amused by Saturday's "Zeke who?" quip from Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and thought it was "disrespectful," according to his agent.
Fins' Walton reaches plea deal to settle charges
Dolphins running back Mark Walton reached a plea deal to settle his three offseason court cases and received six months of non-reporting probation.
Sanders to play for 1st time since Achilles tear
Emmanuel Sanders will play in a game Monday for the first time since tearing his Achilles during a practice last December.
After 343 days, Titans TE Delanie Walker is back and fueled by doubters
Doubts about Walker's ability to come back from injury intensified his ultra-competitive spirit. He made it his mission to prove everyone wrong.
Mike Boone using big plays to make strong case to Vikings
With 12 days until Minnesota finalizes its roster, Boone is flashing the versatility that could earn him the No. 3 running back job.