The Latest on Week 2 in the NFL (all times EDT): ___ 8:55 p.m. Seattle safety Quandre Diggs was ejected late in the first quarter Sunday night for a helmet-to-helmet hit on New England's N'Keal Harry. On fourth-and-3 from the Seattle 30, New England...
by: Charles Goldman — USA Today: Chiefs Wire 5h
The Kansas City Chiefs suffered some injuries in their Week 2 win over the Los Angeles Chargers.
by: DAVE SKRETTA — The Washington Times 5h
A star-studded cast of NFL players departed their games with injuries on Sunday.
by: Tucker D. Franklin — Chiefs Digest 6h
After an anemic three quarters, the Kansas City Chiefs spoiled the Los Angeles Chargers first game in their new stadium with a 23-20 overtime victory over their AFC West rivals Sunday, starting the season 2-0 for their fourth straight season.
by: Matt Conner — Fansided: Arrowhead Addict 6h
The Chiefs survived a tough challenge from the Chargers to earn their second win. The Kansas City Chiefs somehow survived self-inflicted mistakes, sloppy p...
by: Herbie Teope — The Wichita Eagle 6h
The Chiefs win their first road game in as many tries.
by: Associated Press — Star Tribune 6h
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by: The Associated Press — San Antonio Express-News 6h
A star-studded cast of NFL players departed their games with injuries on Sunday. Many of them could miss the rest of the season. Start with running back, where Giants star Saquon Barkley is believed to have torn the ACL in his right knee early in...
by: Ron Kopp Jr. — SB Nation: Arrowhead Pride 8h
The Chiefs saw depth on both sides of the ball go down to injury in the first half
by: Charean Williams — NBC Sports 8h
Justin Herbert was a surprise starter Sunday. Chargers starter Tyrod Taylor injured his chest during pregame warmups, allowing Herbert to make his NFL debut. The first-round rookie could have had an easier opponent to start his career than the...
by: Herbie Teope — Belleville News-Democrat 10h
Cornerback rookie is activated for Chargers game.
by: Gavino Borquez — USA Today: Chargers Wire 20 Sep
The Chargers need to take advantage of the Chiefs’ depleted linebackers and defensive backs.