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August 7, 2014 10:06 PM

Chiefs kick returners stay aggressive in preseason opener

The instant Kansas City Chiefs running back Knile Davis decided to return the opening kickoff inches from the back of the end zone in Thursday night’s 41-39 victory against the Bengals in the preseason opener, the message was clear. The Chiefs’ special teams were going to be just as aggressive as they were last season.

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