To keep up with the Tom Brady-less and undefeated New England Patriots, the New York Jets need to beat the Kansas City Chiefs on the road.
Four men planning to rip off a pizza delivery person of some cash instead found themselves face-to-face with a local state senator who formerly played linebacker for several National Football League teams. Officials in Harvey worked with law enforcement officials in Fulton County, Ga., along with the FBI, in providing information related to the attack on state Sen. Napoleon Harris, D-Harvey, and that helped in the investigation of a missing man later found killed in Georgia. Harris was once a prep football star at Thornton High School who later went on to play for the Oakland Raiders, Kansas City Chiefs and Minnesota Vikings. Aside from now serving in the Illinois Senate, Harris owns Beggars
Here's a quick look at the Kansas City Chiefs through my three-question interview with Terez Paylor, who covers the Chiefs for The Kansas City Star. You can follow him on Twitter here and read all of his coverage at kansascity.com. Jamaal Charles' status for Sunday is obviously a bit up in the air, as he continues his recovery from a torn ACL. How much has his absence hurt the Chiefs' offense? Paylor: Charles is a fabulous talent, one of the league's best backs when healthy, but the Chiefs' rushing attack has been just fine since he's been out. Between Spencer Ware and Charcandrick West, the Chiefs have found a duo that can replicate most - but not all - of what Charles does. Ware is the bruiser,