Chiefs cornerback Sanders Commings saw his season get ended by a teammate in embarrassing fashion last year. Running back Jamaal Charles used a juke move on Commings in practice that literally broke a bone in his foot. Now, Commings is fully healthy and putting that play and last season in the rear view mirror. "Yeah, yeah, it was (a great play)," Commings said. "He's one of the top running backs in the league. I forgot all about that. I'm about the future." The 25-year-old knows that in order to succeed in the NFL as a cornerback he needs to worry about what's always happening in the now and not dwell on the past. "I'm not holding back," Commings said. "My position, DB, is all about having a short memory. So those injuries are things of the past."
The Chiefs places safety Sanders Commings on injured reserve, ending his season. He fractured his fibula in practice three weeks ago.
Chiefs cornerback Sanders Commings underwent surgery after fracturing his fibula and suffering a high ankle sprain in Wednesday's practice, reports TWC SportsChannel. Commings got hurt on a juke move by running back Jamaal Charles.
Chiefs cornerback Sanders Commings is undergoing ankle surgery after getting hurt in Wednesday's practice, reports the team's website.
Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles put an open-field move on defensive back Sanders Commings, and Commings went down with an injury, reports ESPN.com. Commings had to be carted off the field.