Top Chiefs News

  • Chiefs' Derrick Nnadi: Back to full speed

    Nnadi (hip) was a full participant at Thursday's practice.

    Nnadi was limited Wednesday but quickly shook off the injury. The 2018 third-round pick will be ready for Sunday's matchup against the Chargers. Through two games, Nnadi has posted two solo tackles across 50 defensive snaps.

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  • Chiefs' Derrick Nnadi: Limited at practice Wednesday

    Nnadi (hip) was a limited participant at Wednesday's practice.

    The hip injury first cropped up in mid-August, but Nnadi has played in the first two games of the season and recorded two solo tackles in a rotational role. The 25-year-old should be able to avoid an injury designation for Sunday's matchup with the Chargers if he can put in a full practice Thursday or Friday.

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  • Chiefs' Tyrann Mathieu: Delivers two picks, touchdown

    Mathieu had six tackles (all solo) and recorded two interceptions, one of which he returned for a touchdown, during Sunday's 36-35 loss to the Ravens.

    Mathieu picked off Lamar Jackson on the third play from scrimmage and returned it 34 yards for a touchdown, which is the third score of his career. The 29-year-old added another interception late in the first quarter as he picked off Jackson in the end zone. Mathieu missed the season opener after testing positive for COVID-19 in early September, but he looked like his playmaking self during his season debut in Week 2.

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  • Chiefs' Nick Bolton: Solid on SNF

    Bolton posted nine tackles (eight solo) in Sunday's 36-35 loss to the Ravens.

    A second-round pick out of Missouri, Bolton has impressed through his first two NFL games with 16 tackles (12 solo). His role could eventually decrease if Willie Gay (toe) returns from injured reserve in Week 4, but there's a chance Bolton has the talent to retain the job outright.

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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' Anthony Hitchens: Big tackling night

    Hitchens posted 12 tackles (nine solo) in Sunday's 36-35 loss to the Ravens.

    Hitchens led the team in tackles as the Ravens ran the ball 41 times. The veteran linebacker reached double-digit tackles just once last year, and he's tough to depend on as a fantasy linebacker considering how much teams need to throw the ball against the Chiefs.

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  • Chiefs' Harrison Butker: Still perfect on kicks

    Butker nailed all of his five extra-point attempts Sunday against the Ravens.

    Butker didn't have the most fantasy-friendly day considering he didn't attempt a field goal, but he at least salvaged it a bit by making all of his five extra-point tries on the drives the Chiefs finished with touchdowns. He's still a valuable fantasy commodity among kickers given his accuracy and the fact that he's backing one of the best offenses in the league.

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  • Chiefs' Jerick McKinnon: Still buried on depth chart

    McKinnon played four offensive snaps and reeled in his lone target for 14 yards Sunday against the Ravens.

    McKinnon is essentially a special teams player at this point with occasional involvement on offense, which is unlikely to change as long as Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Darrel Williams remain healthy. Otherwise, he should remain off the fantasy radar in the vast majority of formats.

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  • Chiefs' Byron Pringle: Scores first TD of season

    Pringle notched a pair of catches for 63 yards and a touchdown Sunday against the Ravens.

    Pringle made the most of his 11 offensive snaps Sunday, drawing two targets on the day and turning them into a productive showing overall. However, his 22 percent snap share indicates his position on the depth chart hasn't changed, so it's unlikely he will see this sort of output on a weekly basis barring an upswing in playing time.

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  • Chiefs' Demarcus Robinson: Reaches pay dirt versus Ravens

    Robinson compiled three catches for 46 yards and a touchdown on four targets Sunday versus the Ravens.

    That is the good news for Robinson. On the downside, Robinson seemed to fall down the pecking order, logging fewer snaps than Mecole Hardman and many fewer targets (four to Harman's eight). Hardman is the far superior fantasy threat if he's getting No. 2 receiver snaps, so if Robinson's snap count dwindles more or remains stagnant in future weeks, it's unreasonable to anticipate similar results.

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  • Chiefs' Darrel Williams: Scores in Week 2

    Williams rushed three times for a loss of two yards but did score a touchdown in Sunday's game against the Ravens.

    William has played 14 offensive snaps in each of the first two contests, which is far from enough to warrant fantasy usage at this point. He's still well ahead of Jerick McKinnon (four snaps) in the pecking order behind Clyde Edwards-Helaire but is unlikely to see the field much as long as Edwards-Helaire is available.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 67.5
(29th)
340.0
(3rd)
401.0
(9th)
Def. 202.0
(32nd)
280.0
(19th)
469.0
(32nd)

Injuries

Player Injury
C. Jones DE Chris Jones DE Wrist
F. Clark DE Frank Clark DE Hamstring
W. Gay Jr. LB Willie Gay Jr. LB Toe
C. Finke WR Chris Finke WR Undisclosed
M. Herring DE Malik Herring DE Knee - ACL

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