Chiefs S Eric Berry is officially doubtful for Sunday's opener against the Chargers. HC Andy Reid has conceded that the veteran probably won't play while dealing with a sore heel. Berry missed much of August in his return from the Achilles' tendon tear that ended last season in the opening game. The Kansas City defense could be in trouble, missing 1 of its best players after a preseason that saw it look pretty bad.
The Chiefs have released S Eric Berry. The veteran appeared in just 2 games last season, topping 30 snaps only once. He was set to draw $12.4 million in salary in the coming season, so the move clears cap space. It also thins a secondary that just added Tyrann Mathieu in free agency. Berry -- who just turned 30 in late December -- figures to get a shot elsewhere if he wants to keep playing.
Chiefs S Eric Berry is "unlikely" to play against the Colts today, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Berry is officially questionable with the heel injury that has dogged him since his late-season return.
Chiefs S Eric Berry is questionable for Sunday's game against the Raiders. He put in limited practices all week in his 1st action of the season. Berry's certainly not in lineup consideration for his 1st game since last year's opener. We'll see how things go.
The Chiefs confirmed Friday that S Eric Berry will miss the rest of the season after rupturing his left Achilles' tendon in Thursday night's win over the Patriots. We'll see about his status in the offseason heading toward 2018.
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