It's bad enough to lose to an inferior opponent in your home opener but when you lose your best safety, one has to feel that this Kansas City Chiefs team is a bit snake bitten.
In the first quarter Sunday, Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson
dove at Berry's knees in attempt to make a downfield block. Some would say it was a
cheap shot and the NFL will review it.
But regardless of whether or not the hit costs the young receiver any
cash, the Chiefs lose their starting safety and it will cripple their deep
Minus Berry, Sunday the trio of Kendrick Lewis, Jon McGraw and Sabby Piscatelli
were ineffective against the Bills. The Chiefs were scrambling Monday to search for
another safety to add to the roster once Berry is officially put on injured reserve.
If the team can't find a veteran safety, they might re-sign Reshard Langford,
who was cut when the Chiefs trimmed their final roster to 53 players.
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Chiefs Lose Eric Berry For Season
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