Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters celebrated after his interception on his first defensive play against the Houston Texans on Sunday. The Chiefs won 27-20.
Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters celebrated after his interception on his first defensive play against the Houston Texans on Sunday. The Chiefs won 27-20. DAVID EULITT deulitt@kcstar.com
Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters celebrated after his interception on his first defensive play against the Houston Texans on Sunday. The Chiefs won 27-20. DAVID EULITT deulitt@kcstar.com

One play into his NFL career, Chiefs’ Marcus Peters intercepts a pass

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