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The Chiefs on Sunday placed S Daniel Sorensen on IR and re-signed S Ron Parker. By placing Sorensen on the active roster first, the team made him eligible to return this year. "We hope he plays at least half the season," GM Brett Veach said, according to ESPN's Adam Teicher. Sorensen tore the lateral meniscus, damaged the MCL and fractured the tibia in his left leg early in training camp. Parker spent the past 5 years with the Chiefs, 4 of those as a starter, before going unsigned in free agency this offseason. We'll see how K.C. plans to handle the spot next to Eric Berry in Week 1.

Chiefs S Ron Parker is active for Sunday's game against the Eagles. He was questionable with an ankle injury but should be usable against a Philly offense that figures to lean pass.

Chiefs S Eric Berry remains a 2nd-teamer heading into the regular season, and ESPN.com's Adam Teicher says the team is comfy with current starters Husain Abdullah and Ron Parker. "His role is unlikely to change unless the Chiefs need him in their lineup because of an injury to one of their starters," Teicher wrote about Berry. We've wanted to believe that Berry would earn his way back into the starting lineup, especially with Parker capable of playing CB. But we've got to move Berry down the DB rankings at this point. Parker looks like an IDP sleeper at this point. Berry ... we'll see.

Chiefs S Ron Parker has re-signed with the team for a reported 5 years and $30 million. Parker appeared to get plenty of interest on the open market, but the Chiefs will be better off for not letting him leave. Parker played multiple roles for the team last year, delivering his best IDP numbers as a cornerback. He seems likely to start at S in 2015, especially with Eric Berry's status uncertain because of cancer. Expect Parker to settle into the 20-30 range when our 2015 IDP rankings come out.

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Doctors have confirmed that Chiefs S Eric Berry has Hodgkin lymphoma, as suspected. The good news: "This is a diagnosis that is very treatable and potentially curable with standard chemotherapy approaches," Dr. Christopher R. Flowers said, according to NFL.com. "The goal of Mr. Berry's treatment is to cure his lymphoma and we are beginning that treatment now." We'll see whether the treatment and recovery period allows Berry to return to the field in 2015. In the meantime, Ron Parker has slid back over from his CB slot to start in Berry's place the past 2 weeks and remain an IDP factor.

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