lucky: The Chiefs have been missing two starters in their defensive backfield

The Chiefs have been missing two starters in their defensive backfield

Oct 12 2017 at 01:52am
safety Eric Berry and cornerback Steven Nelson, for most of the season, so their secondary depth has been tested. That will continue to be the case as both players are on injured reserve. Berry is done for the season and Nelson can't return until November at the earliest.

The Chiefs have survived without both players, but they have and will continue to miss Berry's playmaking ability and Nelson's steady down-to-down Vladislav Namestnikov Jersey presence. -- Adam Teicher

Out since May after suffering a lower back disk herniation, wide receiver Mike Williams could make his NFL debut as early as Sunday against the Raiders. However, the rookie out of Clemson has not been a full participant in practice during the regular season. Chargers general manager Tom Telesco indicated in a conversation on the team's pregame radio show that Williams is

progressing, but there's still time to go. While the Chargers have one of the top passing offenses in the league, they still average just 19.8 points a contest, tied for 19th in the NFL. The talented Williams would give quarterback Philip Rivers another big target in the red Authentic Rickey Henderson Jersey zone. -- Eric D. Williams

Since Thanksgiving weekend of 2016, quarterback Derek Carr has suffered a broken pinkie on his passing hand, a fractured right fibula and most recently a www.texansprosshop.com/Dj_Reader_Jersey_Cheap transverse process fracture in his back. The Raiders, who are riding a three-game losing streak to fall to 2-3 after an impressive start to the season, believe Carr will play this weekend against the Chargers after missing Week 5's loss to the Ravens. But you have to wonder just how many more hits Carr can endure,

specially with his offensive line having so much trouble protecting the quarterback this season. Carr and EJ Manuel have combined to complete just 40.0 percent of their passes for 2.7 yards per attempt with one interception and no touchdowns against the blitz during the losing streak. -- Paul Gutierrez

Some NFL players weigh more than 300 pounds. If you think those players can walk into their team cafeteria and eat whatever they want, think again. In the ultra-competitive modern NFL, players and teams are looking to gain an advantage wherever they can. Nutrition has become an important component of building a winning team, which means

On a typical afternoon in the Buffalo Bills' cafeteria, which was expanded in 2014, salmon, chicken, broccoli and asparagus are on the menu -- but no burgers, www.officialpanthersonlinestore.com/Vincent_Trocheck_Jersey fries, ice cream or sweets. "Everything is going to be as healthy as possible," assistant strength and conditioning coach Will Greenberg said in August.

"The idea is if we can give [players] as many Terrence Ross Jersey good nutrients as possible while they're here, there's going to be times where guys go and they want cheeseburgers somewhere -- they're going to have that, that's going to be their choice, that's fine. But if we can give them three meals here and maybe a take-home meal, that's a great chance for guys to eat healthy all the time."

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