Kansas City Chiefs tight end Demetrius Harris, a former Division I basketball player at Wisconsin-Milwaukee, is showing signs that he could be a key performer for the team this fall after spending last season on the Chiefs’ practice squad.
Chiefs coach Andy Reid was the happy with the way left tackle Eric Fisher started their 28-16 loss to Carolina on Sunday, though he noticed a flaw with his technique later on in the second quarter that effected his performance.
Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid said Jamaal Charles missed the team’s 28-16 preseason loss to the Panthers because of a “freak accident:” Charles rolled his foot on a curb while moving out of the team’s training camp dorm at Missouri Western.
Is there cause for concern regarding the Chiefs’ offense after Sunday’s 28-16 preseason loss to the Carolina Panthers? Star running back Jamaal Charles sat out the game with a bruised foot. CineSport’s Brian Clark discusses the issue with The Star’s Chiefs beat reporter Terez A. Paylor.
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Jamaal Charles sat out the Chiefs’ second preseason game Sunday night against the Carolina Panthers. A team spokesman said Charles has a bruised foot that he suffered after Thursday’s practice, but the move is precautionary and not considered to be serious.
Even if everything you see in a preseason NFL game has to be qualified by context and restraint, well, they do play the games. And the half the Kansas City Chiefs’ regulars played against Carolina on Sunday at Bank of America Stadium was distressing enough to make you wonder if there actually was some broader validity to what took place.
Playing without Pro Bowl running back Jamaal Charles, who did not make the trip because of a bruised foot, the Kansas City Chiefs starters failed to score a touchdown in a 28-16 loss to the Carolina Panthers on Sunday night at Bank of America Stadium.
Second-year tight end Travis Kelce keeps showing the Kansas City Chiefs what they missed last season. Kelce, who missed all but one play last season because of a bothersome knee that required microfracture surgery, caught a 47-yard touchdown pass from rookie Aaron Murray in the third quarter of the Chiefs’ loss to Carolina on Sunday night.