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 eager to contribute after first start

December 08, 2014 04:31 PM