Chiefs tight end Demetrius Harris (foot) played 23 snaps in Thursday's loss to the Broncos, but didn't record a stat. Harris showed some promise as the 2014 season wore on, but an injury sidelined him for much of the second half of the season. Even though he's healthy, the third-year tight end has seen little production offensively while his top competition for snaps in James O'Shaughnessy caught two balls for 54 yards Thursday. While he still outsnapped the rookie 23 to 14, a change could be around the corner if he can't begin impacting the game.
Chiefs tight end Demetrius Harris underwent foot surgery and missed Tuesday's OTA practice as a result, according to the Kansas City Star. Harris previously endured a procedure on his foot, though the grafting process that normally takes place following it did not occur. Therefore, a second surgery was needed. Harris is expected to be ready to go by the time training camp comes around. "We knew there was a possibility of this happening," Reid said. "They want to try it without the graft initially, but we feel pretty good that he's going to be OK."
The Chiefs have tendered tight end Demetrius Harris on Saturday, according to the Kansas City Star. Harris worked behind Travis Kelce and Anthony Fasano, and had his 2014 rookie season cut short in November due to a broken foot. The 6-foot-7, 230-pound pass catcher came down with just three receptions for 20 yards before the injury.
The Chiefs put tight end Demetrius Harris (broken foot) and running back Cyrus Gray (torn ACL) on injured reserve, reports ChiefsDigest.com.
Chiefs coach Andy Reid told reporters Monday tight end Demetrius Harris did not play in the Week 10 win at Buffalo because of a fractured foot he sustained during pregame warmups. Reid added that they expect Harris to be out for at least a few weeks. In eight games, Harris has three receptions for 20 yards. Reid indicated
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