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|The good news for the Chiefs: Free safety Daniel Sorensen did not tear his anterior cruciate ligament. The bad news: Sorensen’s knee injury could sideline him into the “early part of the regular season Julio Urias Jersey ,” Herbie Teope of NFL Media reports.
Sorensen missed Tuesday’s practice to get a medical diagnosis, and the Chiefs initially feared he was done for the season.
The Chiefs already were thin at safety, with Sorensen expected to start alongside Eric Berry.
Berry is returning from a torn Achilles’ tendon.
Kansas City gave Berry a planned day off Tuesday, leaving Eric Murray and rookie Armani Watts as the team’s starting safeties in practice. Murray played 39.8 percent of the defensive snaps last season James Washington Steelers Jersey , making two starts. Watts is a fourth-round pick out of Texas A&M.
Football's giving Browns coach Hue Jackson refuge to cope with family loss. Jackson, trying to turn around a Cleveland team that didn't win a game in 16 tries last season, plans to remain with the team in training camp while mourning the recent deaths of his 83-year-old mother and brother in California.
A team spokesman confirmed Wednesday night that Jackson's mother, Betty Lee Jonathan Cooper Jersey Elite , died over the weekend in Los Angeles following a long illness. Her passing came two weeks after Jackson's brother, John Jr., died unexpectedly.
Jackson intends to stay with the Browns through next week's exhibition opener against the New York Giants while the family finalizes funeral plans.
Jackson, who is in his third season with Cleveland B.J. Upton Jersey , has not made any public comments about the deaths during camp, which opened last week. Beyond his daily duties, Jackson's every move on and off the field as the Browns' camp is being chronicled by cameras for HBO's "Hard Knocks."
Jackson's agent, John Thornton Darqueze Dennard Jersey , told Cleveland that the deaths have deeply affected the coach.
"It's been really tough on him," Thornton said. "He's just trying to let football help him out."
Although Jackson is just 1-31 in two seasons with the Browns, owners Dee and Jimmy Haslam said last week that the coach still has their unwavering support.
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