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AFC West Standings

Team Div Overall
KC 1-0-0 3-0-0
LV 0-0-0 2-1-0
LAC 0-1-0 1-2-0
DEN 0-0-0 0-3-0

Top Chiefs News

  • Chiefs' Andrew Wylie: Back in action

    Wylie (illness) returned to practice without limitations Wednesday.

    Wylie apparently missed Monday's win over the Ravens due to appendicitis, but it appears he's been cleared to return. The 26-year-old is expected to start at right guard Sunday versus the Patriots barring a setback.

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  • Chiefs' Darius Harris: Elevates to 53-man roster

    Harris was promoted to the 53-man roster from the practice squad by the Chiefs on Wednesday.

    Harris was vying for a roster spot during training camp, however, he failed to make the opening week roster. The 24-year-old has never suited up in regular-season NFL action, and he'll look to add depth at the linebacker position for Week 4 if he suits up.

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  • Chiefs' Chris Jones: Officially limited Wednesday

    Jones (groin) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice.

    Jones entered Week 3 against the Ravens with this groin injury but still managed to play 70 percent of defensive snaps, recording five tackles, two sacks and two forced fumbles. The fact that he practiced in some capacity Wednesday bodes well for his availability against the Patriots on Sunday.

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  • Chiefs' Alex Okafor: Limited in practice Wednesday

    Okafor (hamstring) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice.

    Okafor is making progress, as he was on the practice field for the first time since suffering the injury in Week 1. The veteran defensive end has a chance to play in Week 4 against the Patriots, but he'll likely be closely monitored this week.

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  • Chiefs' L'Jarius Sneed: Lands on IR

    The Chiefs placed Sneed (collarbone) on injured reserve Wednesday.

    Sneed will need to spend a minimum of three weeks on IR after suffering a broken collarbone during Monday's win over the Ravens, though due to the nature of his injury, a longer absence realistically could be in play. The rookie fourth-round pick had already earned an every-down starting role at cornerback, so his absence will be a notable blow for Kansas City's secondary.

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  • Chiefs' Chris Jones: Not practicing Wednesday

    Jones (groin) isn't expected to practice Wednesday, Adam Teicher of ESPN NFL Nation reports.

    Jones played through the groin injury Monday against the Ravens and produced two strip-sacks on Lamar Jackson, but the injury remains a hindrance for the standout defensive lineman. He'll look to up his practice participation as the week goes on to put Jones in position to suit up against the Patriots come Sunday.

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  • Chiefs' L'Jarius Sneed: Nursing broken collarbone

    Sneed suffered a broken collarbone during Monday's win over the Ravens, Sam McDowell of The Kansas City Star reports.

    The Ravens have yet to offer an official timetable for Sneed's return, but he's almost certainly facing a multiweek recovery, which would make him a likely candidate to land on IR. Rashad Fenton could start at cornerback as long as Sneed remains sidelined, with Thakarius Keyes and Antonio Hamilton handling increased depth roles.

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  • Chiefs' Chris Jones: Two sacks Monday

    Jones (groin) recorded five tackles (three solo), two sacks and two forced fumbles across 39 defensive snaps in Monday's win over the Ravens.

    Jones made it difficult for reigning-MVP Lamar Jackson to do virtually anything all night, strip-sacking the quarterback twice in the contest. His five tackles were also a single-game high on the young season. However, Jones was bothered by a groin injury toward the end of the contest, so look for updates on his status to come once the practice report is released later this week.

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  • Chiefs' Darwin Thompson: Loses fumbles during MNF win

    Thompson registered 11 rushing yards on two carries and lost a fumble during Monday's 34-20 win over the Ravens. He was also targeted twice in the passing game but recorded no receptions.

    Thompson coughed up the ball on Kansas City's opening possession of the second half, enabling Baltimore to establish a brief stretch of momentum by collecting a field goal and a touchdown on consecutive drives. The second-year back did not register another offensive touch the rest of the way, as Darrel Williams took over sole No. 2 RB duties behind Clyde Edwards-Helaire and fielded two carries for six yards while also recording a five-yard catch. Edwards-Helaire paced the backfield on the night with 20 carries, but the pecking order behind the rookie is unclear heading into a Week 4 matchup against the Patriots' 19th-ranked rush defense.

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  • Chiefs' Andrew Wylie: Possibly had appendicitis

    Wylie needed to go to the hospital Monday for what the Chiefs believe was appendicitis, which is why he missed Monday's game against the Ravens, Adam Schefter of ESPN.com reports.

    If Wylie indeed had appendicitis, then his absence will likely stretch for a few more weeks. Mike Remmers shifted over from the tackle spot to fill in for Wylie on Monday and could continue to hold down the starting right guard spot while Wylie recovers.

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  • Chiefs' Frank Clark: Records second sack of 2020

    Clark notched a sack with his only tackle Monday versus the Ravens.

    Clark has now recorded two sacks through the first three contests, but it may not be enough to put him on the IDP radar in many formats due to a lack of tallies in other categories. Through the first three weeks, Clark has just six total tackles (four solo), and it seems unlikely that will balloon much given that he tallied just 37 over 14 games last season. However, Clark still remains an option in leagues that only count sacks.

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  • Chiefs' Ben Niemann: Records first career sack

    Niemann tallied two tackles (both solo), including his first career sack Monday versus the Ravens.

    Niemann continues to rotate in among a deep group of linebackers for the Chiefs, playing 43 percent of the snaps in Monday's contest. While it produced his first career sack, Niemann also saw a downturn in defensive snap percentage and just two tackles after racking up nine a week ago. He doesn't see the field enough at the moment to warrant IDP consideration in most formats.

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  • Chiefs' Juan Thornhill: Leads Chiefs' Week 3 tackle count

    Thornhill topped the Chiefs' defense with six tackles (five solo) Monday against the Ravens.

    Although he hasn't quite put up the numbers to suggest a repeat of his rookie season, Thornhill and Tyrann Mathieu were the only two players to play every defensive snap Monday. He should continue to see consistent action at safety moving forward, but his numbers haven't put him on too many IDP radars just yet.

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  • Chiefs' Darrel Williams: Logs 16 snaps

    Williams rushed twice for six yards and hauled in both of his targets for one yard Monday against the Ravens.

    Williams resumed his backup duties behind rookie Clyde Edwards-Helaire this week after departing early the game prior due to an ankle issue. As long as he's healthy, Williams should see a small amount of playing time each week. He is also the clear favorite to take on the lead job should Edwards-Helaire miss any time.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 141.0
(9th)
299.3
(5th)
433.3
(5th)
Def. 153.0
(27th)
220.3
(5th)
355.7
(11th)

Injuries

Player Injury
C. Jones DE Chris Jones DE Groin
A. Brown CB Alex Brown CB Knee - ACL
M. Rankin T Martinas Rankin T Knee
K. Saunders DT Khalen Saunders DT Elbow
L. Sneed CB L'Jarius Sneed CB Collarbone

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