Chiefs linebacker Joe Mays, who didn’t log a defensive snap Sunday against the Buffalo Bills but played 22 special teams snaps, is a competitor. But in many ways, he’s just happy to be pain free and back on the field, helping his team — cast on his right wrist and all.
Chiefs linebacker Joe Mays, who didn’t log a defensive snap Sunday against the Buffalo Bills but played 22 special teams snaps, is a competitor. But in many ways, he’s just happy to be pain free and back on the field, helping his team — cast on his right wrist and all. File photo by David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
Chiefs linebacker Joe Mays, who didn’t log a defensive snap Sunday against the Buffalo Bills but played 22 special teams snaps, is a competitor. But in many ways, he’s just happy to be pain free and back on the field, helping his team — cast on his right wrist and all. File photo by David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

Chiefs linebacker Joe Mays thrilled to back on the field following wrist surgery

November 11, 2014 6:52 PM