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The Chiefs have signed Kenneth Penny, CB, UNLV.
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Eric Berry cleared for Wednesday practice

Eric Berry is cleared to practice on Wednesday


Getty ImagesAnd now it’s time for a little good news. Or a lot of great news.
The Chiefs have announced that safety Eric Berry has been cleared to return to practice on Wednesday, when the team launches training camp. The final decision came Tuesday night.
On Wednesday, coach Andy Reid and trainer Rick Burkholder will address the situation at a press conference.
Berry was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in December of 2014. He immediately started treatments, and he concluded the process in June.
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Released Cyrus Gray today too....bummer I liked him


some random Berry info too

We'll be hearing from Berry this afternoon. A few more notes from the Chiefs trainer:

Berry had a great support group at home, including his parents and his agent, Chad Speck. Berry's parents were in attendance on Wednesday.
Berry had six phases of chemotherapy from December 10 to May 13 where he went about every two weeks or so.
Berry was considered cancer free on June 22 but Berry didn't want anything released until he knew he could get back on the football field.
Berry trained twice a day in Florida with Travis Kelce.
He came back to the Chiefs last week. The Chiefs doctors put together an extensive testing protocol to make sure he was safe to play football.
The Chiefs tested him over four days in the past week. He has his normal physical along with additional labs and testing and came out "pristine" with his labs, according to Burkholder.
He had an Achilles injury last year but it looks very good this year.
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Chiefs announced they have signed RB LaVance Taylor of Central Missouri. Roster now back to 90.
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WR James Jones, who chose the Giants over offers from Eagles, Chiefs, Seahawks & Bengals, will be signing a 1-year deal with NYG.
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Central Missouri RB LaVance Taylor inked a deal on Thursday with the Chiefs
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Dontari Poe just had surgery for a heriniated disc, expected to miss 3 months.
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Dontari Poe just had surgery for a heriniated disc, expected to miss 3 months.
This whole bad back and the future have me a little worried about him....He is a BIG dude....from what others have said its not the surgery or back that takes forever to heal, its the outside tissue and muscle that they have to get around to get to the disk.....but im no doctor or surgeon lol.

What worries me is the whole BIG dude BAD back, its hard for guys that size to completely get over back issues. Usually when you hear of guys of this size and a bad back, they are on the decline.....The only real steps you can take are loosing weight....and that's not something you wanna hear about your pro-bowl starting nose tackle. I hope her recovers EB style and is back in a month or so, I would love to have him for Denver on TNF.

Jaye Howard has big shoes to fill....
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Chiefs waive RB Keshawn Hill, sign DT Hebron Fangupo, a member of Chiefs practice squad in 2014
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WR Junior Hemingway left Chiefs practice early because of a back injury. Ominous sign for him.

Hemingway was going to have trouble making the Chiefs anyway. He was injured throughout camp last year and had a wasted season


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Chiefs Transactions: 8/2
Waived - LaVance Taylor, RB, Central Missouri
Signed - Darrin Reaves, RB, Alabama-Birmingham
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@adamteicher: Chiefs released backup DL Jerel Worthy. He is a former 2nd round pick of the packers in 2012
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Former Mizzou WR L'Damian Washington signs with Kansas City Chiefs
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i'm excited for the week 2 Chiefs game!

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Ravens and Chiefs: Potential Trading Partners?


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The Ravens know all too well how secondary injuries can add up. If you'll recall, last season the secondary was decimated to a rag-tag group of journeymen and guys who were plucked off the street and placed right into the starting secondary. The result was disastrous, as the team blew two 14-point leads in their playoff matchup against the Patriots. The team's pass defense proved to be their Achilles heel, spoiling a potential Super Bowl win.
With 2013 first-round pick safety Matt Elam's biceps tear reportedly taking him out for the season, it's the worse kind of déjà vu for Ravens fans. Tweets like this weren't exactly helping qualming fans.
While this year's situation is much different from last year, in that the Ravens have two very talented safeties in Will Hill and Kendrick Lewis, the lesson learned from last season still remains very true. You can never have too much secondary depth.
Unless you're the Kansas City Chiefs, that is.
In the wake of Elam's injury, yesterday CBS NFL Insider Jason La Canfora tweeted out the the Ravens may have a potential trading partner in the Chiefs. While the tweet was purely speculation and not based on any reports, he may have a good point.
After Eric Berry's tragic cancer diagnosis (and miraculous recovery) the Chiefs stocked up at the safety position, in fear that they would be without their All-Pro safety this season. While Berry's recovery is wonderful and fantastic, it also creates a problem for the Chiefs. They simply have too many good safeties on their roster.
To further understand the situation in Kansas City, I sought out Arrowhead Pride's editor Joel Thorman for his thoughts on the matter.
"The Chiefs went into this offseason not knowing what would happen with Eric Berry so they were prepared at safety in case he didn't come back. Now that he has come back the Chiefs could end up having to cut a couple of good safeties. The top two safeties are Husain Abdullah and Ron Parker, who recently got a fresh five-year contract. The Chiefs like Abdullah and Parker likely wouldn't be available in a trade after that contract. Tyvon Branch is an interesting name because I'm not completely sure where he fits in the Chiefs defense. He has a recent injury history that could make another team nervous. That leaves Sanders Commings, who had his season ended early in each of the last two training camps, and Kelcie McCray, who was traded to the Chiefs last year. McCray could be one of the safeties caught on the outside looking in even though he is a good player."
Per Thorman, Berry, Abdullah, and Parker are all locks to make the roster. Meanwhile, Branch, Commings, and McCray could all be on the outside looking in. Last season, the Chiefs depth chart contained four safeties. So by that logic, we can assume that two of the three players will be cut. Let's profile the three players that could potentially trade in the red & gold for purple & black.
Tyvon Branch: Branch, an ex-Raider who the Chiefs signed to a one-year deal was meant to be the insurance policy for Ron Parker, who would fill in for Berry in his absence. Branch had come off of two injury-riddled seasons before signing with the Chiefs for a $2 million base deal. His style of play is best described as "physical", and is a player "who will likely play closer to the line of scrimmage" and help defend the run. Because of this, he might not be the best fit for the Ravens, who already have a stout run defense.
Sanders Commings: Commings has lots of potential, but has never seen NFL game action on account of back-to-back season-ending training camp injuries. In 2013, he fractured his left collarbone and was placed on the injured reserve. He found himself back on the IR again after Chiefs back Jamaal Charles took the term 'ankle-breaker' too literally, and delivered a sick juke move that resulted in Commings' breaking his ankle and having his season end before it started once again. Commings' bad luck is very similar to that of Ravens defensive lineman Kapron Lewis-Moore, who has never seen NFL action because of back-to-back tranining camp injuries that sent him to the IR. Because the Chiefs have held on to him this long, they obviously still like and see something in him. Per Thorman, "Can fly all over the field, good body control, will stick someone." It sounds like the Chiefs will retain Commings for another year.
Kelcie McCray: The opinion seems to be that McCray is talented, but he will be the odd man left out. I can't find much on McCray, but I can tell you that he was an undrafted free agent who bounced around from the Dolphins, the Buccaneers, and was finally traded to the Chiefs, who resigned him this offseason. In preseason action, McCray was a force for the Dolphins, and lead the team in snaps and tackles. In the regular season, his most notable play occurred when the Bucs were facing the Lions. McCray delivered a hit on receiver Calvin Johnson, Jr. that was hard enough to knock the ball out and into the hands of a Bucs defender for an interception. The 6'1 205 lb safety could be a nice depth add for the Ravens should he hit waivers.
If the Ravens were to trade with the Chiefs, ILB Arthur Brown seems to be the perfect candidate to send to Kansas City. La Canfora even mentioned Brown as a potential trade target. The Chiefs don't exactly have the greatest linebacker corps ever, and Brown could add value to the mix. I've wrote before about Brown's lack of opportunities in Baltimore, and I think a move to Kansas City would really benefit him careerwise. I think he's worth a fifth-round selection in a trade, so a Brown-for-Chiefs safety swap could be fair value for both teams.
But in all reality, the Ravens probably have a list of 'on the bubble' guys that they would consider signing should they be released by their teams. That's what happened to Will Hill last year, who has turned into a surprising key starting contributor.
Hopefully the 'injury bug' doesn't strike Baltimore again this year. Thankfully, the Ravens have taken last year's experiences in mind while building this year's roster. From top to bottom, all of the secondary players are very capable of stepping up and becoming playmakers.
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Brown would certainly be an awesome get in a trade.... But the Chiefs are stacked outside with Hali, Houston, ford. Inside they gave Johnson, 2 rookies, jmj, and guy they just resigned
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Kansas City Chiefs worked out former Texas wide receiver

Former University of Texas wide receiver Mike Davis worked out for the Kansas City Chiefs per a source has also worked out for Panthers
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Chiefs sign T Anthony Dima and WR Adam Drake,
waive LB Sage Harold and WR Armon Binns.
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Chiefs linebacker Dee Ford has been sidelined from practice after suffering a concussion, reports ESPN NFL Nation. It is not known how long the injury will keep Ford sidelined.
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Berry is playing saturday....incredible....

1st qtr is the 1st string.....2nd string will play midway through 3rd and then the rest come on.
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First preseason game of Chiefs season just started.
Arizona marched down the field and scored pretty easily
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I know it is preseason and crap, but every year - I hate the Chief's broadcasting network.

Knile Davis gets hurt, Jeff Allen also gets hurt (carted away) and all we hear about is continuous rambling about "community, giving community, back into the community, programme for the community" - or some wacky quote by Trent Green trying to ask Clark Hunt some obligation based questions.

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Why hasn't FOACAD complained about Chase Daniel yet?
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These were the injured/inactive to start the game:

Chiefs who aren’t expected to play: WR Jeret Smith, QB Bray, LB James-Michael Johnson, LB Alexander, C Frye, WR Hemingway, LB Mauga, DT Poe
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RT Jeff Allen injured, knee injury. Isn't this the same issue he had last year, reid put him at tackle and he got hurt. (last year was like chest/bicep/arm or something). He is a guard and played guard his first 2 years and played well.

The Chiefs say that WR De'Anthony Thomas and RB Knile Davis have left with injuries, too.

DAT has a calf issue and Davis has a knee injury, according to BJ Kissel.

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