Kansas City Star "The Chiefs have officially decided to appeal the league’s tampering ruling, Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt told The Star on Monday at the NFL’s annual league meeting. “As we indicated in the statement, we intended to file and we have filed that appeal at this point,” Hunt said. Hunt declined to..." March 21
SB Nation "Last year, the NFL threatened to investigate teams that violated the rules of the legal tampering period and signed players before the official start of free agency. Fifty-two weeks later, the league has followed through. The NFL stripped the Kansas City Chiefs of a 2016 third-round pick and..." March 09
If #KCChiefs WR Jeremy Maclin (ankle) plays, he'll have overcome a lot. Walking was a struggle this week, nevermind running. Very painful.
Pro Football Talk "Chiefs receiver Jeremy Maclin wants to play today at New England, but he won’t know until pregame warmups whether he can go. Jeff Darlington of NFL Network reports that it will be an uphill battle for Maclin, who is still iffy and needs to test his ankle today." January 16
Early reports on KC WR Jeremy Maclin are positive. Andy Reid said "mild" high ankle sprain & Maclin could practice later in the week.
Reid confirmed he'd be comfortable playing Jeremy Maclin even without practice all week. Maclin may not have to do that, Reid noted.
NFL.com "NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reports that Jeremy Maclin's MRI revealed the receiver did not tear his ACL or incur any knee damage in the Chiefs' 30-0 victory over the Texans. Rapoport adds that Maclin's injury is being called a high-ankle sprain. " January 10
NFL.com "The most vital piece of the Kansas City Chiefs' passing game went down early in the third quarter. Jeremy Maclin was taken to the locker room on a cart after his knee got tied up following a reception. J.J. Watt (groin) was injured on the same play as Maclin and the Texans announced that..." January 09