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Kaindoh (illness) is not listed on the Chiefs' injury report. Kaindoh is yet to make his 2022 season debut as he's sat out every game, but he's now clear to suit up for Monday night's game against the Raiders. The 23-year-old defensive end didn't record a tackle over three games of the 2021 campaign.... See More ... See Less
Chiefs' Joshua Kaindoh: Won't play SundayKaindoh (illness) is inactive for Sunday's game against Tampa Bay. Kaindoh didn't practice Friday due to an illness, and he'll be unable to suit up for Sunday's primetime matchup. Carlos Dunlap and Malik Herring are candidates to see an uptick in playing time against the Buccaneers.... See More ... See Less
Chiefs' Joshua Kaindoh: Returns from injured reserveKaindoh (ankle) was activated from injured reserve Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of Sportstalk 790 Houston reports. Kaindoh was designated to return from injured reserve Dec. 22 and has now been activated with his 21-day practice window set to expire. He didn't recorded a tackle over the first three games of the season before going down with the ankle injury.... See More ... See Less
Chiefs' Joshua Kaindoh: Designated to returnKaindoh (ankle) was designated to return from injured reserve Wednesday, Herbie Teope of The Kansas City Star reports. Kaindoh returned to practice Wednesday after he spent two and a half months on IR. It's not yet clear when he'll be able to return to game action, but the 22-year-old should reclaim a rotational role once he's available.... See More ... See Less
Chiefs' Joshua Kaindoh: Lands on injured reserveKaindoh (ankle) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday. Kaindoh suffered a left ankle injury during Sunday's win over the Eagles and will be sidelined for at least the next three weeks. The 22-year-old has filled a rotational role on the defensive line for the Chiefs so far in 2021.... See More ... See Less
Chiefs' Joshua Kaindoh: Healthy to begin seasonKaindoh isn't listed on the Chiefs' injury report ahead of Sunday's season opener against the Browns. Kaindoh sustained a hamstring injury during practice in early August, but he'll be healthy to begin the regular season. He should play a depth role on the team's defensive line.... See More ... See Less
Arrowhead Pride@ArrowheadPride20M agoAfter the #Chiefs beat the Jets, our @Ron_Kopp is here with his initial breakdowns: https://t.co/EgcKlRLPFC
Pete Sweeney@pgsween36M agoInitial thoughts on the Chiefs’ #SNF win: https://t.co/mYJfkWXsVT
Arrowhead Pride@ArrowheadPride1H agoOur @pgsween is here with his first reactions to the #Chiefs' Sunday night win: https://t.co/8GePnfnJoO
Arrowhead Pride@ArrowheadPride1H agoThe #Chiefs pull it out in New York (via @Ron_Kopp): https://t.co/lvJHwXtNz7
Seth Keysor@RealMNchiefsfan1H agoGood on the Chiefs defense to staunch the bleeding with clutch stops when the game was falling apart. In previous seasons idk if that happens. Also, Pacheco is a stud.
Arrowhead Pride@ArrowheadPride1H agoLet's talk Chiefs and Jets https://t.co/aFa0tU1n2g
Matt Derrick@mattderrick2H agoA gritty win for the Chiefs, 23-20. Much harder than necessary but KC moves to 3-1. At the 1-3 Minnesota Vikings next Sunday.
Matt Derrick@mattderrick2H agoChiefs have now converted third-and-22 and third-and-20 on this drive thanks to that penalty.
Matt Derrick@mattderrick2H agoTurk Wharton with a huge recovery on the turnover. Chiefs will start at the Jets 47 with a chance to make this a two-score game.
Nate Taylor@ByNateTaylor2H agoThis entire drive is the Chiefs' quick-game package.