Schedule

Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
@ 17
vs 5
@ 25
vs 14
vs 27
vs 15
@ 11
vs 8
vs 12
@ 20
vs 29
@ 22
@ 5
BYE
- -
vs 17
@ 24
@ 9
vs 25

Fantasy News

  • Saints' Daniel Sorensen: Signs with New Orleans

    Sorensen signed a contract with the Saints on Friday, Amie Just of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports. Sorensen spent his first eight seasons in the NFL with the Chiefs and finished the 2021 campaign with 51 tackles, eight pass deflections, two interceptions and one sack across 17 appearances. The Saints also signed Marcus Maye (Achilles) this offseason in an attempt to replace Marcus Williams; however, if Maye isn't fully cleared by Week 1, Sorensen figures to be the next man up.
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  • Chiefs' Daniel Sorensen: Another big tackling day

    Sorensen had nine solo tackles during Kansas City's win over Philadelphia in Week 4. Sorensen has had a productive three weeks in terms of stops, bringing him up to 23 tackles on the year. The veteran safety also has one sack and one pass breakup. Given his near every-down workload, Sorensen will be in the mix as a fairly high upside IDP asset during Week 5's matchup against the Bills.
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  • Chiefs' Daniel Sorensen: Generates seven tackles

    Sorenson posted seven tackles (five solo) and a pass breakup in Sunday's 30-24 loss to the Chargers. Sorenson has now produced 21 tackles, a sack and a pass breakup through three contests. The BYU product is producing consistently and maintains some IDP utility as a result, though fellow safety Tyrann Mathieu is certainly more appealing.
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  • Chiefs' Daniel Sorensen: Takes down Jackson

    Sorenson posted 10 tackles and a sack in Sunday's 36-35 loss to the Ravens. Sorenson notched his first sack since the 2017 season and matched last year's season high for tackles in the same game. The BYU product registered a career-high 91 stops last season, and he's on a strong path to match that with 14 tackles through two weeks.
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  • Chiefs' Daniel Sorensen: Totals seven tackles

    Sorensen had seven tackles (four solo) during Sunday's 33-27 win over the Chiefs. The 30-year-old played every defensive snap for the fifth straight contest as he continues to play a significant role in the secondary. Sorensen has 80 tackles (59 solo), three interceptions, two forced fumbles and one touchdown this season.
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  • Chiefs' Daniel Sorensen: Registers pick-six in win

    Sorensen finished with nine tackles (seven solo) and an interception, which he returned for a touchdown in Sunday's 43-16 victory over the Broncos. Sorensen set the tone early in this one, picking off Drew Lock and taking it to the house in the second quarter. He also collected a season-high nine tackles in the contest. Sorensen heads into Week 8 against the Jets with 38 tackles and two interceptions on the year.
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  • Chiefs' Daniel Sorensen: Fills smaller role in 2020

    Sorensen finished the 2019 regular season with 57 tackles (44 solo) and two interceptions over 16 games. Sorense held a starting job the previous two seasons, but he saw his playing time drop off in 2019 with the Chiefs adding Tyrann Mathieu in free agency and investing a second-round pick into Juan Thornhill. The rookie secured the starting job in training camp, leaving Sorensen to handle a role as a third safety. Thornhill suffered a torn ACL late in the season that allowed Sorensen to recapture a starting gig in the playoffs, so the 29-year-old could open the 2020 campaign atop the depth chart if Thornhill hasn't fully recovered from surgery by Week 1.
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  • Chiefs' Daniel Sorensen: Big Week 11 showing

    Sorensen racked up eight tackles and his first interception of the 2019 season Monday versus the Chargers. Although he's not officially a starter at safety, Sorensen played the third-most defensive snaps Monday behind just Juan Thornhill and Tyrann Mathieu, the other two safeties. Sorensen's snap count has seen a significant rise over the last two weeks and has corresponded with a major jump in his tackle totals. He could move into borderline IDP status should he retain a large share of snaps out of the bye week.
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  • Chiefs' Daniel Sorensen: Not starting Week 1

    Sorensen appears primed to play a reserve role versus the Jaguars on Sunday, Adam Teicher of ESPN.com reports. Sorensen warmed up with the second-team defense ahead of Sunday's tilt. Rookie second-round pick Juan Thornhill appears to have earned the starting gig, relegating Sorensen to a rotational or depth role.
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  • Chiefs' Daniel Sorensen: Likely to start

    Sorensen is expected to start at strong safety in Sunday's game versus the Ravens, Adam Teicher of ESPN.com reports. Sorensen will be in his fourth game back since returning from a leg injury. He's been eased into action up until now, as he took starter snaps instead of Eric Murray during warmups. Nevertheless, both Sorensen and Murray will likely lose playing time once Eric Berry (heel) is healthy again.
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  • Chiefs' Daniel Sorensen: Activated from IR

    The Chiefs activated Sorensen (knee) from injured reserve Tuesday. Sorensen suffered a tibial plateau fracture in addition to an MCL injury and lateral meniscus tear during training camp and was subsequently placed on IR in early September. The 28-year-old will be eligible to play Sunday against the Cardinals, though it remains to be seen if he'll be active. If he does manage to suit up, he could take over starting duties from safeties Eric Murray or Ron Parker until Eric Berry (heel) returns from injury.
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  • Chiefs' Daniel Sorensen: Practice on tap Wednesday

    Sorensen (knee) will take part in practice Wednesday after the Chiefs designated him to return from injured reserve. The Chiefs will have 21 days to evaluate whether Sorensen will be healthy enough to play at any point in 2018, but his presence at practice Wednesday is a good start. He's first eligible to make his debut Nov. 4 against the Browns and should provide some relief to the Kansas City secondary when activated.
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  • Chiefs' Daniel Sorensen: Placed on IR

    Sorensen (knee) was placed on injured reserve Monday, Lynn Worthy of The Kansas City Star reports. Sorensen suffered a tibial plateau fracture as well as an MCL injury and lateral meniscus tear in his knee during training camp, but there's still a chance the safety could return to action by midseason.
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  • Chiefs' Daniel Sorensen: Out at least six weeks

    Sorensen (knee) will be reevaluated in six weeks, Brooke Pryor of The Kansas City Star reports. The Chiefs do not have a concrete timetable for Sorensen, which means there is a good possibility that he could be out for even longer than the six weeks he has in front of him. The safety has already been ruled out for the start of the regular season, and it looks like his next evaluation won't come until Week 4.
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  • Chiefs' Daniel Sorensen: Suffers knee injury

    Sorensen did not practice Tuesday due to a knee injury, Nate Taylor of The Athletic Kansas City reports. It's unclear exactly when Sorensen suffered the knee injury, and given that he is still being evaluated, the severity may not be uncovered until Wednesday's practice session. For now, Sorensen should be considered day-to-day until the team has an update on his recovery timetable.
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  • Chiefs' Daniel Sorensen: Quiet end to impressive 2017 season

    Sorensen totaled only three tackles (two solo) during the team's wild-card loss to the Titans on Saturday, but finished the regular season with an impressive 89 tackles (67 solo), 1.5 sacks and one interception. Sorensen broke out in 2016 with the Chiefs and followed that up with another spectacular display in 2017. Although his turnover numbers (three interceptions, two forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries) from last season were difficult and unrealistic to replicate, the fourth-year pro improved his tackling totals by a wide margin (up to 89 from 63). With Eric Berry (Achilles) set to return in 2018 and Ron Parker also back, it's unclear how prevalent Sorensen's role in the defense will be next season.
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  • Chiefs' Daniel Sorensen: Leads team in tackles Thursday

    Sorensen racked up nine tackles (six solo), including two for a loss Thursday against the Raiders. Sorensen has proven effective since replacing Eric Berry (Achilles) in the starting lineup, collecting 41 tackles (30 solo) over the first seven contests this season to put him on pace for more than 90 on the season. He will attempt to keep things rolling next week against the Broncos.
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  • Chiefs' Daniel Sorensen: Signs four-year extension

    Sorensen signed a four-year, $16 million extension that includes nearly $8 million guaranteed, NFL.com's Mike Garafolo reports. A 2014 UDFA, the 27-year-old Sorensen has only started one game in three NFL seasons, but he's a core special teamer who took advantage of an expanded defensive role to record a career-best 63 tackles in 2016 -- also notching three interceptions, three fumble recoveries and two forced fumbles. He'll likely continue to serve as the third safety behind starters Eric Berry and Ron Parker, getting most of his playing time in passing situations.
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  • Chiefs' Daniel Sorensen: Busts out Sunday versus New Orleans

    Sorensen posted a dominant IDP performance Sunday, recording a sack and six tackles (all solo) while intercepting a pass and returning it for a touchdown. Sorensen was on the field for just 58 percent of the team's snaps in Sunday's contest, but took advantage of the increased opportunity. His play may have earned him more snaps moving forward, but it's unlikely he'll be able to repeat this performance.
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  • Chiefs' Daniel Sorensen: Misses practice with foot woes

    Sorensen did not practice Tuesday due to a foot injury, Terez A. Paylor of the Kansas City Star reports. The severity of the injury was unspecified and no timeline was given for his return.
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