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Reggie Bullock, C.J. Wilcox cleared for training camp
by Igor Mello |

Clippers guards Reggie Bullock and C.J. Wilcox are both fully healthy and cleared for the start of training camp, according to the Orange County Register. Both players missed summer league action due to injuries. Bullock was sidelined because of a knee injury, while Wilcox nursed a right shoulder injury in the offseason.

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Alex Smith's production linked to Jamaal Charles'
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

Even with star running back Jamaal Charles on the mend (though he looked good in his return Monday night), the Chiefs offense has picked it up the last two weeks with back-to-back 30-point outbursts -- and surprisingly, against two defenses that currently rank in the top 10, Miami and New England.

Quarterback Alex Smith has been either one of the beneficiaries or one the facilitators of the turnaround, throwing three touchdown passes in back-to-back games. It's reminiscent of last season, when he had nine games with multiple touchdown passes in leading the Chiefs to an 11-5 record. Of course, he had zero touchdown passes in the other seven games.

Back in the fold, Charles figures to take the leading role in the Chiefs offense and did so in Week 4, scoring three of their five touchdowns. It's just that two happened to come through the air, benefiting Smith as well.

That's part of Charles' game, catching the ball, so it's not the last time we'll see Smith benefit from his ability. But you'd think more often than not, his scores will come on the ground.

It all adds up to Smith being little more than a bye-week replacement in Fantasy. He'll have some big games like the last two weeks just because the Chiefs have the ability to score, but the presence of Charles will make him boom-or-bust every time out.

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Chiefs dominate Patriots in Monday night win
by Chris Towers |

The Chiefs took advantage of another subpar showing by the Patriots offense in Week 4, in a 41-14 win Monday.

 The Chiefs DST unit put together a huge performance, highlighted by a 39-yard interception return for a touchdown in the fourth quarter. They forced three turnovers overall, while limiting the Patriots to just 290 yards and two touchdowns, one coming in garbage time. The Patriots also managed just 290 yards of offense, while the Chiefs racked up three sacks.

The Chiefs DST unit has dominated over the last two weeks, allowing just three offensive touchdowns. They face a tougher test in Week 5, with the 49ers on the way. 

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Blues' Steen Expected Back Tuesday
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Steen (undisclosed) is expected to be back in the Blues' lineup Tuesday against Carolina, according to Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.Steen missed the Blues' last pre-season game with a "minor injury," but should be ready for the regular season. Health is a concern for Steen after he missed a dozen games last season, but the fact he scored 33 times shows that he can be very productive when he is near 100%.
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Bengals optimistic about Vontaze Burfict's availability
by Larry Hartstein |

Bengals coach Marvin Lewis said he expects linebacker Vontaze Burfict to practice this week ahead of Sunday night's visit to New England. Burfict suffered concussions in each of the first two games before sitting out Week 3.

Cincinnati had a Week 4 bye. Burfict did not practice Monday as he remained in the league's concussion protocol.

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