Should the Chiefs sign James Harrison?
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Chiefs’ Marcus Peters gives away 300 coats to local youth for Christmas | The Kansas City Star
“This is all Marcus,” said Nick Ayre, a sports marketing assistant manager for Adidas who attended the giveaway. “He’s always looking to give back to the community, whether it’s Oakland or Kansas City.”
KC Chiefs-Miami Dolphins game preview, prediction, time, tv, 12/24/17 | The Kansas City Star
The Dolphins are 2-5 on the road this season, and have lost each of those five games by at least eight points. What’s worse, the weather figures to be in the low 30s, and Miami is sub-.500 in such games all-time.
Kansas City Chiefs should make a play for James Harrison | Arrowhead Addict
This is why the addition of Harrison for the Chiefs could prove to be a serious boon at a key point for the team. A few reasons why this works well for K.C. if Harrison was up for it:
Miami Dolphins at Kansas City Chiefs: Post staff predicts the outcome | The Daily Dolphin
Adam Gase conceded Friday that Miami has had a hard time covering talented tight ends. How is Miami going to cover Travis Kelce? Who’s going to cover Tyreek Hill? Who’s going to slow down Kareem Hunt? Miami’s playoff chase ends on a chilly Christmas Eve day in Kansas City.
Chiefs 27, Dolphins 24
Miami Dolphins vs. Kansas City Chiefs: How they match up in Week 16 | The Daily Dolphin
Despite allowing 3,440 passing yards, which ranks among the worst in the league, Kansas City has surrendered only 20 touchdown passes, which ranks 12th best in the NFL. In addition to limiting scores, the Chiefs have made 14 interceptions, ninth best in the league. Ball security will be imperative for Jay Cutler and the Dolphins, as will be their ability to finish drives. Both factors have been issues for Miami of late, especially with Cutler coming off a three-interception performance in Buffalo. An opportunistic Chiefs defense should cause problems for a shaky Cutler, especially on what is likely to be a cold, snowy day. Edge: Chiefs
Miami Dolphins at Kansas City Chiefs Week 16 injury report | The Phinsider
Williams is officially listed as doubtful for Sunday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs. Drake has averaged 21.3 carries per game since Williams’ injury, after not having double-digit carries at any point in the season. Drake has averaged 104 rushing yards per game the past three weeks.
Jarvis Landry's pushing for receiving title in 2017 | Sun Sentinel
Landry’s 98 receptions has the former LSU standout trailing Pittsburgh’s Antonio Brown for the NFL’s leader in receptions this season. And considering Brown, who has caught 101 passes this season, is sidelined by a calf injury suffered in last Sunday’s loss to the Patriots, it is possible that Landry could finish 2017 with the most catches in the regular season.
Chiefs work out 2 players, per report | Chiefs Wire
Kansas City worked out punter Taylor Symmank and receiver Brandon Shippen.
Justin Houston questionable vs. Dolphins | Chiefs Wire
Linebacker Justin Houston has been listed as questionable for Week 16 with an illness. Houston missed practice on Thursday and Friday. The expectation from Kansas City is that Houston will play but it’s not a guarantee.
Chiefs fullback Anthony Sherman is critical to offense | The Kansas City Star
How, for instance, can one measure the season of fullback Anthony Sherman, who has no rushing attempts, three receptions and a lone special teams tackle?
For starters, there’s the testimony of his coaches.
“He’s our heart and soul,” special teams coach Dave Toub said. “Solid player. I can count on him. I can put him anywhere, it doesn’t matter.”
Chiefs' Marcus Peters talks about flag-toss suspension | The Kansas City Star
“Can’t throw the flag, man,” Peters said. “If you throw a flag, what’s gonna happen to you? I’m gonna suspend you, right?”
Peters was also asked what it was like in the moment he threw the flag.
“I don’t know — what’s it like when you do some (stuff) you ain’t supposed to do?” Peters asked. “I chose to do it, so I got to choose to deal with the consequences, right?”