Peters has become one of the better cornerbacks in the NFL, but Peters has at times been a bit of a handful for the Chiefs. The situation came to a head last season, when he seemed to try to get himself ejected, then seemed to assume he was ejected when he wasn’t, then returned to the sidelines with his uniform on and socks off, showing no intent to return to action.
“I want to put Duvernay-Tardif M.D. on my jersey,” he said. “I’ve already started a conversation with the league office and they say that anything is possible.”
If skiing and skating's ability to fill that football-sized hole in your viewing schedule is fading as we enter Week 2 in PyeongChang, I . . . don't have good news for you. But, if you look closely, you might be able to spot Chiefs guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif slopeside. So that's something.
54. Kansas City (10-6) — Malik Jefferson, ILB, Texas, Jr. The co-Big 12 defensive player of the year was also named first-team All-Big 12, second-team All-American and a semifinalist for the 2017 Butkus Award recognizing the nation’s best linebacker. Top needs: DB, WR, OL
Kansas City Chiefs: No tag. The Chiefs don't have any players who would require the tag this year. That's not a bad thing. They've had a franchise player in five of the past seven years and could use the break from the drama that usually ensues from using it. - Adam Teicher
Washington, however, recently agreed to a trade with Kansas City for quarterback Alex Smith and signed him to a long-term extension that would keep him under the Redskins’ control for another five years.
The Texans informed Cushing, the team's all-time leading tackler, they are moving on from him, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Sunday.
AJ McCarron says the grievance he filed against the Cincinnati Bengals wasn't rooted in personal feelings. "It was just business," the impending free-agent quarterback says.