Chiefs news for November 21, 2021
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Cowboys News: Amari Cooper on COVID list, can’t vote Gregory to Pro Bowl, OL shuffles yet again | yahoo
The Dallas Cowboys will be one weapon short when they take on the Kansas City Chiefs as wide receiver Amari Cooper has been placed on the Reserve/COVID list. Left guard Connor Williams has struggled with penalties this season, and now backup Connor McGovern is set to start in Week 11.
Chiefs to Wear Special Patches for Sixth-Straight Year in Honor of our Nation’s Heroes | chiefs.com
“I had a chance to go over to Afghanistan and kind of witness [what our military does for us] over there – just a small part of it – and I thought it was awesome. It was phenomenal,” said Head Coach Andy Reid. “The organization and the love for the country – all those things that I think are important – [were incredible]. [Our] society has existed longer than any other in the world, and you can see why when you go over there. There’s a strength to it, which gives you comfort here to do what we do, all of us.”
Chiefs to activate RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire from injured reserve | yahoo
According to a report from NFL Network’s James Palmer, the Chiefs plan to activate Clyde Edwards-Helaire from injured reserve on Saturday. The former first-round draft pick suffered an MCL sprain back in the Week 5 loss to the Buffalo Bills. He was designated to return at the beginning of last week, but the team chose to give him an extra week of practice before activating him to the 53-man roster.
Chiefs vs. Cowboys: The Battle For the Preston Road Trophy | si.com
“Lamar made the Preston Road Trophy,” Jones said. “I live on Preston Road and Lamar lived about 200 yards from me. He had it built, it looks like a birdhouse. He had it all fixed up maybe 25, 26 years ago and he presented me with the Preston Road Trophy.”
Chiefs announce trio of roster moves on Saturday | usatoday
The team didn’t need to make room for Edwards-Helaire on the 53-man roster this week because of Marcus Kemp’s placement on the Reserve/COVID-19 list. Knowing they eventually would need to make a roster move, the team preemptively waived TE Daniel Brown, who was acquired in the Laurent Duvernay-Tardif trade. He was a healthy scratch last week and never ended up playing a game for Kansas City. He could return on the practice squad if he’s not claimed