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Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Justin Houston suffered a knee sprain in Week 12 against the Buffalo Bills and did not return. A timeline for his return to game action has yet to be established. Continue for updates. Chiefs Reportedly Hopeful Houston Avoided Major Injury Sunday, Nov. 29 Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reported Houston will undergo an MRI, but added Kansas City "is optimistic it is no
Houston exited in first quarter with knee injury.
Chargers fans wanting their team to stay in San Diego have gained a new ally in the NFL’s relocation game.
The Chiefs are one of the NFL’s hottest teams. The Chargers are one of the worst — and are making quite a bid for the No. 1 overall draft pick next spring. The Chiefs dominated from start to finish Sunday in a 33-3 victory. Even after running back Charcandrick West left due to hamstring issues,…
Chiefs coach Andy Reid wins nearly 60 percent of his games.
Amid contract questions, Chiefs linebacker Justin Houston misses start of offseason program
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - The Kansas City Chiefs reported for the start of their offseason program on Monday. Well, most of them did. The most notable absence was All-Pro linebacker Justin Houston, who was given the franchise tag after a record-setting sack season. Houston still has not signed his ...
This calm before the storm of the 2015 NFL draft is often when the most misleading information comes out. Teams have likely finalized their draft boards by now, but they will often try to manipulate the boards in their favor by leaking rumors pumping up or cutting down certain prospects. Nevertheless, some teams will buy into the smoke and adhere to their board, overdrafting prospects rather
With the unrelenting eye of the media trained on quarterbacks Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota like Sauron on the One Ring, it could come as something of a shock to most should Florida linebacker Dante Fowler Jr. become the first player to step onstage and shake Roger Goodell’s hand at this year’s NFL draft. For those who haven’t scoured through every scouting report or devoured
NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock breaks down edge-rushers, interior defensive linemen and linebackers.
Kansas City Chiefs All-Pro outside linebacker Justin Houston will reportedly not be present for voluntary workouts beginning on April 20, perhaps as a means to exact leverage for a long-term contract. Continue for updates. Report: Houston Won't Show for Voluntary Workouts Tuesday, April 14 Herbie Teope of Chiefs Digest cites a source in reporting that Houston won't be present to start Kansas City'
Chiefs exclusive-rights free agent Josh Martin re-signed with the club on Monday, per the NFL’s personnel notice. A backup outside linebacker, the 23-year-old Martin notched 14 tackles in 14 games for Kansas City in 2014. A Columbia product, Martin (6-3, 245) was one of the Chiefs’ leading special teams tacklers a season ago. He’ll vie…
The NFL draft is pretty set at the very top. Most experts believe that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will take Jameis Winston No. 1 overall, if not Marcus Mariota. There seems to be a lot of room for wheeling and dealing just about everywhere else on the board. Here's the way I believe the first round will shake out: Caught in a Haze Randy Gregory, an outside linebacker out of Nebras
With a little over 30 days left before the NFL draft commences in Chicago, last-minute details, distractions and events are impacting some of the top prospects. In the days leading up to the annual event, we analyze every happening with a microscope. Sometimes these examinations uncover issues that will prove to hamper a player throughout his career. Other times, things are blown out of proportion
Until he admitted to failing a drug test at the NFL combine, Randy Gregory had long been a projected top-10 pick who was often linked with the Redskins. But this week Gregory revealed he had tested positive for marijuana at the combine; his third in 15 months dating from college. He claims not to have smoked any marijuana since December, but still tested positive two months later at the combine.R
Character concerns, inconsistent production, injury history, disappointing workouts and poor interviews are some good examples of what may make us consider certain draft prospects to be enigmatic. It can be extremely difficult to determine where these players will be drafted due to varying opinions of how they are perceived. The most recent example of a prospect to garner this label is former Nebr
Kansas City had a successful first week of free agency, acquiring key players and addressing multiple positions of big need. General manager John Dorsey succeeded in finding the best wide receiver available while also adding a pair of guards. Head coach Andy Reid has a good group of football players before him and has a chance to succeed and take this team to the postseason in 2015. Though it
When folks parade out cliche chatter about there being no NFL offseason, this is exactly what they mean. The "legal tampering" period opened what seems like just a few hours ago, yet there are already Photoshopped and Madden versions of major faces in new places floating around after alleged deals that will go live once the market opens Tuesday. It's just the beginning, too, as the crafty pe
The Chicago Bears signing of outside linebacker Pernell McPhee should provide new defensive coordinator Vic Fangio with a versatile chess piece in the front seven and new general manager Ryan Pace with attractive flexibility at the No. 7 overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft. Per Aaron Wilson of The Baltimore Sun, McPhee and the Bears have agreed to a five-year deal worth almost $40 million, in
Pass rusher honored
For a few moments as the clock ticked to an end of the Kansas City Chiefs’ 2014 season, outside linebacker Justin Houston had a chance to break the record for sacks in a season (22.5) held by Michael Strahan. Houston still finished with a league-leading 22 sacks to tie Jared Allen and Mark Gastineau for second place on the single-season sacks list. Meanwhile, Houston Texans defensive end J.J
In the world of the NFL, the landscape is constantly changing. Head coaches are treated like a revolving door while myriad players wind up in new homes at the end of every offseason. This year is no different with the regular season finally coming to an abrupt end on Sunday. Coaches are already left looking for new homes and teams have to decide what they will do with current superstars on the ros
J.J. Watt may have solidified himself as league MVP.
The Chargers will not be going to the playoffs. San Diego needed only to win today at Kansas City to earn the AFC’s sixth and final playoff spot, but the Chiefs beat the Chargers 19-7, jumping out to an early lead and never looking back. The Chiefs were led by their pass rush, which battered…
J.J. Watt’s MVP candidacy just got more legitimate in the game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.It started with a sack early in the first quarter, and then another one — this time with a forced fumble — just two plays later.Read full article >>
The Kansas City Chiefs need to win and get some help to make the playoffs. Whether they get help remains to be seen, but they’re taking care of their own business. The Chiefs have jumped out to a 16-7 lead just before halftime over the Chargers, who entered today leading the race for the sixth…
The NFL sack title race is coming down to the wire.
The Deacon Jones Award, which goes to the player who leads the NFL in sacks, is a three-man race. Kansas City’s Justin Houston leads the NFL with 18.0 sacks heading into Week 17. He’s followed closely by Houston’s J.J. Watt at 17.5, and Baltimore’s Elvis Dumervil at 17.0. One of them will almost certainly finish…
Chase Daniel to start for injured Alex Smith with possible playoff spot hanging in balance.
It's that time of year across the National Football League. The OTA dog days of summer. All across the NFL, from Arizona to Washington, teams are conducting Organized Team Activities, a dry run of sorts before training camp begins in earnest next month. Whether it's an early chance for rookies to make a good impression, or a first glance at developing position battles, there's plenty to be gleaned