Chiefs lose defensive back Reaser to Achilles injury
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP) — Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Keith Reaser, who emerged as one of the stars of the brief Alliance of American Football, hurt his Achilles tendon during practice Monday and...
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Unknown stars emerge for suddenly stingy Chiefs defense
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The two transactions that the Kansas City Chiefs made before the start of the season came with little fanfare, mostly because casual football fans probably had never heard of either of them.
Jordan Lucas was drafted in the sixth round out of Penn State by the Dolphins, and had spent most of his career on their practice squad.
Chiefs cut Amerson, veterans as they reach 53-man limit
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Kansas City Chiefs are poised to head into the regular season with a defensive backfield that bears very little resemblance to the one that spent the offseason and training camp together.
DB Jordan Lucas traded by Dolphins to Chiefs
MIAMI (AP) — Reserve defensive back Jordan Lucas has been traded by the Miami Dolphins to the Kansas City Chiefs for an undisclosed draft pick.
Lucas, a third-year pro, played mostly on special teams for Miami. He was a sixth-round draft pick in 2016.
Lucas was listed as a third-team safety on the Dolphins' depth chart during training camp.
Eugene Lewis played football in front of as many as 107,000 fans, catching touchdowns from Christian Hackenberg at Penn State and Baker Mayfield at Oklahoma. But it was with much more intimate crowds where he kept his basketball skills sharp, playing with Allen Robinson, Daesean Hamilton, Akeel Lynch and Jordan Lucas, to name a few. “We played with a whole group of guys and we’d play the basketball team, too,” Lewis said. “We’d go to the rec and go play with them. I did the same thing when I was...
Dolphins list Williams as starting running back vs. Panthers
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The Dolphins say Damien Williams will get the start at running back on Monday night against the Carolina Panthers.
He's expected to split time in the backfield with Kenyan Drake.
Safety T.J. McDonald, who is returning from an eight-game suspension for violating the league's substance abuse policy, will also start.
Running back Matt Forte (knee) active for Jets vs. Dolphins
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — New York Jets running back Matt Forte is active against the Miami Dolphins despite dealing with a torn meniscus in his right knee.
Forte worked out on the field before the game Saturday night and was deemed OK to play. He was a game-time decision after injuring his knee early in New York's 23-17 overtime win at San Francisco last Sunday.