The Chiefs are keeping five running backs, which is unorthodox. Joe McKnight (pictured )offers a greater offensive ceiling, but Cyrus Gray is a valued special teamer.
The Chiefs are keeping five running backs, which is unorthodox. Joe McKnight (pictured )offers a greater offensive ceiling, but Cyrus Gray is a valued special teamer. Tom Lynn The Associated Press
The Chiefs are keeping five running backs, which is unorthodox. Joe McKnight (pictured )offers a greater offensive ceiling, but Cyrus Gray is a valued special teamer. Tom Lynn The Associated Press

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