He's Back!

With all the gloom and doom surrounding the Kansas City Chiefs since Thursday, some good news arrived on the practice field on Monday afternoon.

Throughout the day the local media speculated that Kansas City Chiefs Quarterback Matt Cassel could miss Sunday's season opener against the Buffalo Bills. But that appears to be less likely by the hour.

On Monday according to Chiefs Head Coach Todd Haley, his injured quarterback took a full series of reps in the teams practice.

"He was out there at practice. He was moving around. I thought he did a good job," Haley said of his starting quarterback. "He was a full practicer today."

Beyond that the head coach wouldn't say much to the media about his starting quarterback. On the flip said, Cassel indicated that he'd be ready for Sunday.

With five more days of prep time for the teams season opener, it's a safe bet at this point that Cassel could be under center against the Buffalo Bills.

Other Chiefs News:
On Monday afternoon, the Chiefs were awarded via waivers former New England Patriots offensive tackle, Steve Meneri. To make room on the 53-man roster, the Chiefs cut Tight End, Anthony Becht.

We received wind earlier today that the Kansas City Chiefs might not be done adding players to their 53-man roster. They appear to have some interest in former Chicago Bears defensive lineman, Tommie Harris. On Saturday, Harris was trying to extend his career with the Indianapolis Colts, but he was released.

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