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58 min ago | CBS Local
After a disappointing showing in Buffalo, the Miami Dolphins return home to take on a Kansas City Chiefs squad with a deceiving 0-2 record in Week 3. Needless to say, underestimating Andy Reid's bunch based on their winless mark could prove to be costly and might put the Fins under the .500-mark for the first time in the young 2014 NFL season. Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla., will be the site for this intraconference showdown between the Chiefs and Dolphins.
1 hr ago | Rant Sports
I'd like to take you on a trip in my time machine to a place not too long ago, May 15 of 2013. Late that Wednesday afternoon, Charles Woodson left Dove Valley, Denver Broncos headquarters and practice facility, after having spent all day with various coaches, training staff and players, without signing a contract.
Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles suffered a high ankle sprain in the team's 24-17 loss to the AFC West rival Denver Broncos in Week 2. While it's never good to see one of the elite backs in the NFL go down, injuries are part of the violent game of professional football. Many fantasy teams likely had Charles as a centerpiece for their success, but Charles' backup, Expecting No.
According to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Caplan , former San Diego Chargers receiver Vincent Brown will sign with AFC West division rival Oakland Raiders on Monday. According to Caplan, Brown signed a one-year deal.
For the second week in a row, the Denver Broncos survived a second-half meltdown to hold on for a win, this time 24-17 over the Kansas City Chiefs. Broncos weather another meltdown to top Chiefs DENVER - For the second week in a row, the Denver Broncos survived a second-half meltdown to hold on for a win, this time 24-17 over the Kansas City Chiefs.
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning picked up right where he left off last season against the AFC West rival Kansas City Chiefs in leading his team to a 24-17 victory on Sunday. Manning threw three touchdown passes in the first half, and the Chiefs suffered a couple of critical injuries that harmed their chances to get back into this Week 2 showdown.
San Diego Chargers offensive tackle D.J. Fluker congratulates wide receiver Malcom Floyd after a touchdown during the first half of an NFL game on Monday, Sept. 8, 2014, in Glendale, Ariz.
After three decades, the Denver Broncos will add another No. 80 to the Ring of Fame - the first star to wear that jersey.
The NFL and the players' union had not reached a final agreement on proposed changes to the league's drug policy as of Saturday afternoon, meaning suspended players potentially eligible for reinstatement -- like Denver Broncos receiver Wes Welker -- will not play Sunday. The NFLPA voted Friday to to accept a new policy that would implement testing for human growth hormone and significantly increase the threshold for positive marijuana tests.
If he gets the chance, Emmanuel Sanders will shake Andy Reid's hand Sunday when the Denver Broncos host the Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs thought they had a deal with the speedy wide receiver when he visited Kansas City on his free agency tour in March only to watch their AFC West rivals swoop in at the end.
Sep 7, 2014; Denver, CO, USA; Denver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas runs after a reception in the fourth quarter against the Indianapolis Colts at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. The Broncos defeated the Colts 31-24.
When general manager John Dorsey and coach Andy Reid walked through the glass doors at One Arrowhead Drive for the first time last year, and took over a franchise in disarray, nobody could have expected their turnaround to be so swift and so dramatic. After winning two games in a season marked by tragedy, the Kansas City Chiefs rolled off nine straight wins.
As the Seahawks get set to play their first real game in San Diego since 2002 - the year they returned to the NFC West after 25 years in the AFC West with the Chargers - it's almost like homecoming weekend for Russell Wilson , too. Seattle's third-year quarterback is heading back to the place where his dad flirted with an NFL career, and he also will be facing the quarterback who set the standard at North Carolina State a few years before Wilson shot to stardom there.
Last Thursday, the Seattle Seahawks wasted no time in reasserting themselves as one of the NFL's premier teams - if not the outright favorite to repeat as Super Bowl champions. Seattle's season-opening victory over the Green Bay Packers was about as dominating a performance as Hawks fans could have hoped for.
"He'll most likely be out for the season," Reid said of the third-year offensive lineman. "He is not listed as out for the season yet.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 10:12 am
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