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2019 Schedule
1-0, 1st in AFC West
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5hMichael DiRocco

Source: Jags upset Jones not fined for Foles hit

The Jaguars are displeased that Chiefs defensive lineman Chris Jones was not fined for the hit that broke quarterback Nick Foles' collarbone in Week 1, a source told ESPN, because the hit violated the league's "body weight" rule.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chiefs have some options to replace Eric Fisher on Sunday against the Raiders if the veteran left tackle can't play. Fisher injured his groin in practice on Friday and is listed as questionable to play against the Raiders on the Chiefs' final injury report of the week. The most likely replacement would be veteran backup Cam Erving. He started at left tackle the last time Fisher missed a start, in the final regular season game of 2017 against the Broncos. The Chiefs could also switch right tackle Mitchell Schwartz to the left side, though that scenario seems unlikely after Schwartz went through the practice week on the right side.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Not that there was much doubt during the week but Patrick Mahomes will officially be available for the Chiefs in Sunday's game against the Raiders. Mahomes sprained his left ankle in last week's game but has no injury designation on the final injury report of the week.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Safety Tyrann Mathieu said he's looking to be more involved this week than he was in his first game with the Chiefs last Sunday against the Jaguars. “I felt like last week I didn't get a lot of work,'' Mathieu said Friday. “I definitely didn't have many balls thrown at me and even some of the run plays were going away from me. Their tight ends weren't vertical passing threats.'' The Raiders, on the other hand, have tight end Darren Waller, who was their leading receiver in last week's win over the Broncos. “I feel like this week I'll get what I've been asking for with the Raiders and Waller and all the different formations they use,'' Mathieu said.

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2dMichael DiRocco

Ramsey: 'Everything's cool' with Hill after injury

Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey said Thursday that "everything's cool" with Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill, who was injured while being tackled by Ramsey in the season opener. Hill suffered a sternoclavicular joint injury on the play.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

That's Tyreek Hill with his right arm in a sling at Chiefs practice.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes was fired up about playing on the baseball field in Oakland on Sunday, the one where his dad Pat once pitched in nine career major league games. “I'll get to say I played on the exact field my dad played on at one point,'' he said. “It will be cool to have that experience.'' Mahomes has been with the Chiefs in each of their last two trips to Oakland but those games happened later in the season, after the infield dirt has been filled in by grass. Mahomes threw for 295 yards and four touchdowns last year against the Raiders in Oakland. A former baseball player himself, Mahomes said he isn't worried about playing on dirt. “I played (shortstop) sometimes so I'll be able to hopefully keep my feet there.''

Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer 

Tyreek Hill contract details: $35.2605M guaranteed against injury, of which $18.34M is fully guaranteed at signing. Breaks down as follows: SIGNING BONUS $5.8M, fully guaranteed 2019 $720,000 base salary, fully guaranteed $9,500 workout bonus 2020 $820K base salary, fully guaranteed $11M roster bonus, fully guaranteed at signing $4.2m in per-game roster bonuses, guaranteed against injury $180K workout bonus 2021 $835K base salary, guaranteed against injury $9.75M in per-game roster bonuses, guaranteed against injury $2.1355M reporting bonus, guaranteed against injury $2.4M option bonus $325K workout bonus 2022 $850K base salary $3.0M reporting bonus $13.5M roster bonus $500K workout bonus CAP NUMBERS 2019: $2.197M 2020: $17.65M 2021: $15.695M 2022: $20.5M

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3dAdam Teicher

Chiefs' Hill out vs. Raiders, 'week-to-week'

Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill is "week to week" following a procedure to reduce the sternoclavicular joint after he injured his collarbone and sternum in the season opener.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Pat Mahomes has his sprained left ankle taped at practice. He is practicing but I expect he will be listed on the injury report when it is issued later today.

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6dAdam Teicher

Source: Chiefs' Hill hurts clavicle, out weeks

Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill will not require surgery on the collarbone he injured Sunday, but he will "miss a few weeks," a source told ESPN.

Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer 

Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill will not need surgery on his collarbone injury, but “will miss a few weeks," per a source.

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6dAdam Teicher

Mahomes doesn't rest on his MVP laurel in opener

Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes put on a show worthy of his 2018 NFL MVP laurel on Sunday, throwing for 378 yards and three touchdowns while leading Kansas City to a hard-fought and clear-cut 40-26 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Patrick Mahomes said Sammy Watkins was the third or fourth read on the first TD of the game.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

"I've got more picks than Jalen Ramsey," — Frank Clark on his interception.


Chiefs lose Hill, handle Jags 40-26 behind Mahomes, Watkins

Despite losing star receiver Tyreek Hill early, Patrick Mahomes threw for 378 yards and three touchdowns while leading the Kansas City Chiefs to a testy and tactful 40-26 victory over the injury-riddled Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

When Chiefs DB Charvarius Ward has been the nearest defender to the targeted receiver at time of ball arrival, the Jaguars have completed 7 passes on 7 targets for 122 yards so far today, per NFL Next Gen Stats.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chiefs had two players ejected from last year‘s game against the Jaguars. I asked Travis Kelce about this earlier in the week and he said "They try to be the bully."

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Sammy Watkins has already set a new personal best for PPR fantasy points in a game (34.3), and we're not even halfway through the second quarter.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Sammy Watkins has 173 yards for the Chiefs today, giving him a personal career record with more than half of the second quarter remaining.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards378.0Tied-3rd
Rushing Yards113.013th
Points For40.03rd
Points Against26.018th